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BULLETIN 

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CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 



Vol. XI. No. 2. 
JULY, 19 10 

Issued Quarterly. Publisht by the State Teachers College. Enterd 
at the Postoffis at Cedar Falls, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. 



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BULLETIN 

OF THE 

IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 



JULY 1910 
Vol. XL No. 2 



NOTE: The spelling used in this Bulletin conforms to that au- 
thorized by the Simplified Spelling Board, and exhibits the little modifi- 
cations that the shortend new forms make in the appearance of the 
printed page. 



CALENDAR FOR YEAR 1910-1911 



Fall term opens Tuesday, August 30, 1910. 
Winter term opens Tuesday, November 29, 1910. 
Spring term opens Tuesday, March 14, 1911. 
Summer term opens Saturday, June 10, 1911. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 



THE COURSE OF STUDY. 



Requirements for Admission. 

Applicants for unconditional admission to the Col- 
lege Course or the Junior College Courses, hereafter 
printed in detail, must be at least sixteen years of age 
and must present satisfactory records from accredited 
secondary schools showing a total of fifteen units of 
work in accordance with the standards approved by the 
Iowa State Board of Education. The term unit as here 
used signifies a year's work where the class hours are 
forty-five minutes, the number of class hours per week 
being not less than ^ve. 

Outline Of The College Course Giving Distribution Of 
Work And Directions Concerning The Oppor- 
tunities Offerd. 



THE COLLEGE COURSE. 

Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Education. 
First Grade State Certificate Standard. 
Entrance Requirements: Four Years Accredited 
High School. . 

Freshman Year. 

ABC 

1. Electiv. 1. Electiv. 1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 2. Electiv. 2. Electiv. 

3. Ehetoric. 3. Education I. 3. Education II. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 



Sophomore Year. 
ABC 

1. Electiv. 1. Electiv. 1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 2. Electiv. 2. Electiv. 

3. Education III. 3. Education IV. 3. Prac. Teaching. 



C 

1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Education VI. 



C 

1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Electiv. 



Junior Year. 

A B 

1. Electiv. 1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 2. Electiv. 

3. Prac. Teaching. 3. Education V. 

Senior Year. 

A B 

1. Electiv. 1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 2. Electiv. 

3. Prac. Teaching. 3. Electiv. 

Notes. — 1. Unless Solid Geometry and two years 
of foren language are included in the credits filed from 
the secondary school, these must be taken as part of 
the College Course. 

2. Students who complete the full college course 
shall receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Education 
and a First Grade State Certificate. Those who complete 
twenty-seven full college credits shall be entitled to the 
diploma of Master of Didactics, but shall not receive a State 
Certificate unless they have met all the requirements 
for such certificate demanded by the State Board of Ex- 
aminers. 

On the completion of eighteen college credits, stu- 
dents may receive the diploma of Bachelor of Didactics 
and a Second Grade State Certificate, provided the 
studies pursued by them in the secondary school and the 
Teachers College include all the state certificate constants 
as designated by the State Board of Examiners. In ad- 
dition to the constants enumerated in the Freshman and 
Sophomore years, all candidates for either the Bachelor 
of Didactics diploma or the Master of Didactics diploma 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 5 

must elect one additional term in each of the following 
subjects: English, History, Mathematics, Advanced Ec- 
onomics or American Government, Physics, and Practis 
Teaching. In planning electivs, students should notis 
that Trigonometry is a prerequisit to courses in college 
Physics. 



METHOD OF CHOOSING ELECTIVS. 



Majors. — It is necessary for the student who takes 
the College Course to select one major study with some 
one department. A major consists of at least two full 
years of work, thus covering six term credits. The dif- 
ferent majors that are offerd are in the following lines. 
After the one major is decided the student is under the 
direction of the department in which the major belongs. 

1. English and Public Speaking. 

2. Mathematics. 

3. Mathematics and Physics. 

4. History and Political Science. 

5. Latin. 

6. German. 

7. Greek. 

8. Physical Science. 

9. Natural Science. 

10. General Science. 

11. Any other arrangement of majors approved by 

the Faculty. 

Maximum Credits of One Kind. — The largest num- 
ber of term credits that is permitted from any one de- 
partment shall be twelv. This is limited in order to 
keep a fair balance and insure broad general scholarship 
as well as specialization in some one line. 

Other Studies. — All other electiv studies that are 
to obtain credit upon the College course must be select- 
ed from the other departments and must all be pure 
College courses. 



6 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

In addition there is allowd each term an art study 
snch as music, manual training, drawing, cooking, pen- 
manship or a lecture course as an extra hour of work, 
but such studies do not substitute for any of the thirty- 
six term credits required for graduation. 

It is advised that a term of vocal music be placed 
on the schedule of each student the first term enrold 
in order to get redy for other music work that may be 
desired. 



DEPARTMENT SUBJECTS IN THE COLLEGE 
COURSE. 



This tabular arrangement gives the entire program 
of studies with the nomenclature adopted by the Faculty 
for the College Course. 

The numbers by which the courses in the different 
departments are to be designated are given below: 
Professional. 

Required Work — 

I. First Term Psychology. 

II. Second Term Psychology. 

III. School Management. 

IV. History of Education. 

V. Philosophy of Education. 

VI. American Education. 

Electiv Courses — 

VII. Experimental Psychology. 
VIII. School Supervision. 
IX. Great Educators. 



English. 



I. Rhetoric. 

II. English Literature. 

III. Shakespeare. 

IV . Epic Poetry in English. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS OOLLEGE. 7 

V. The English Romantic Movement. 

VI. The Development of the English Drama. 

VII. The History of the English Language and 
Anglo Saxon. 

VIII. Anglo Saxon and Middle English. 

IX. Literary Criticism. 

X. The Development of the English Novel. 

XI. English of the Nineteenth Century. 

XII. Theme Writing and Story Telling. 

XIII. Teachers 7 English. 

XIV. American Literature. 

Public Speaking. 

I. Elocution I. 

II. Elocution II. 

III. Applied Drama. 

IV., V., VI. Repertoire I., II., and III. 

VII. Principles of Expression. 

VIII. Argumentation. 

IX. Oratory. 

Latin and Greek. 
Latin — 

I. Cicero (Cato Major) and Livy. 

II. Livy. 

III. Horace (Epodes and Odes). 
IV.-XII. Roman Life. 

Xni.-XV. Teachers ' Latin. 
XVI.-XVIII. Elementary Latin for High School Gradu- 
ates. 
XIX.-XXI. Vergil's Aeneid. 

Note — Only Courses I. to XV., inclusiv, can be count- 
ed toward a Latin Major. 

Greek. 

I., II. Lessons. 

III. Anabasis. 

IV. Plato. 
V., VI. Homer. 



8 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

German and French. 

German — 

I. Lessons — Grammar. 

II. Lessons — Grammar. 

III. Immensee and Hoeher als die Kirche. 

IV. Die Journalisten. 

V. Wilhelm Tell. 

VI. German Prose Composition. 

VTI. Emilia Galotti and Lyrics and Ballads. 

VIII. Nathan der Weise. 

IX. Iphigenie auf Tauris and Die Braut von 
Messina. 

French. 

I. Lessons — Grammar and Pronunciation. 
II. Lessons, with reading easy French. 

III. L'Abbe Constantin, Le Voyage de Mon- 

sieur Perrichon. 

Geometry and Surveying. 

I. Solid Geometry (Freshman Year). 
II. Surveying. 

Mathematics. 

I. Higher Algebra I. 

II. Higher Algebra II. 

III. Trigonometry. 

IV. History and Teaching of Mathematics. 
V. Analytical Geometry. 

VI. Differential Calculus. 
VII. Integral Calculus. 



Chemistry. 



I. General Inorganic. 

II. General Inorganic. 

III. Qualitativ Analysis. 

IV. Qualitativ Analysis. 

V. Quantitativ Analysis. 

VI. Quantitativ Analysis. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

VII. Special Methods in Quantitativ Analysis. 

VIII. Household Chemistry. 

IX. Household Chemistry. 

X. Food Analysis. 



Physics. 



I. 


Mechanics of Solid and Fluids. 


H. 


Sound and Light. 


III. 


Heat, Electricty, and Magnetism. 


IV. 


Teachers ' Special Course. 


V. 


Sound. 


Natural Science. 


I. 


Physiology I. 


II. 


Botany I. 


III. 


Hygiene and Sanitation. 


IV., V. 


Zoology I. and H. 


VI. 


Physiography I. 


vii., vni. 


Geology I., II. 


IX. 


Mineralogy. 


X. 


Astronomy. 


XI. 


Commercial Geography of North America. 


xn. 


Commercial Geography of Europe. 


XIII. 


Influences of Geography upon America u 




History. 


Major — 




Zoology I. 


Physiography I. 


Geology I. 


Physiology I. 


Botany I. 


Hygiene and Santitation. 



History 



I. American History. 
II. English History. 
HI. Greek History. 



10 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

IV. Roman History. 

V. Medieval History. 

VI. Modern History. 

VII. Eighteenth Century History. 

VIII. Nineteenth Century History. 

IX. Method History or Teachers' History. 

Economics — 

I. Theory. 

II. Problems. 

HI. English Industrial History. 

IV. American Industrial History. 

V. 'Commercial History of Europe. 

VI. Money and Banking. 

VII. Labor and Labor Unions. 

Government. — 

I. American Government. 

H. American Constitutional History I. 

III. American Constitutional History II. 

IV. English Government. 

V. Modern European Governments. 

VI. International Law. 

VH. Constitutional Law. 



Art. 



I. History of Architecture and Sculpture. 
II. History of Painting. 



Manual Arts. 

I., II. Manual Training Methods. 

III. Organization and Economics of Manual 
Training. 

Physical Education. — 

I., n. Anatomy. 



THE PROFESSIONAL COURSE OF STUDY FOR 
COLLEGE GRADUATES. 



The Iowa State Teachers College has develop pro- 
fessional courses for college graduates that deserv special 
recognition for their practical features and for their 
large professional helpfulness. College graduates of de- 
cided success in teaching can complete one of these 
courses by attending three successiv summer terms and 
doing special assignd work during the interim. Before 
graduation they will need to establish proofs of their suc- 
cess being excellent and positiv. Where practis teaching 
is omitted with the consent of the department, other pro- 
fessional credits may be substituted on arrangement with 
the department. Those not having this standard of suc- 
cess are developt and traind by the Practis Teaching de- 
partment, which is in activ work during the fall, winter 
and spring terms of each school year. For inexperienc- 
ed teachers, the regular sessions are better adapted, as 
the training schools are then completely in session. 

I. Professional Course in Education. 

First Term. 

1. Advanced Psychology. 

2. School Management. 

3. History of Education. 

Second Term. 

1. Philosophy of Education. 

2. American Education. 

3. Practis Teaching. 

Third Term. 

1. Experimental Psychology. 

2. Great Educators. 

3. Practis Teaching. 



12 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

College graduates who complete this course will be 
entitled to receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Edu- 
cation and a First Grade State Certificate. 

II. Professional Course with Electivs. 

1. Education 3 credits 

2. Training School Work 2 credits 

3. Scholastic Studies 4 credits 

Total required 9 credits 

Graduates of approved colleges can complete this 
course in one year, and will receive the diploma of Master 
of Didactics and a First Grade State Certificate, pro- 
vided they meet all the requirements demanded by the 
State Board of Educational Examiners. 

Observations on These Courses. 

1. Some branches of the above work can be per- 
sonal, individual studies, laboratory and library in char- 
acter, on lines outlined by the Professional department. 
These studies are to be carefully made and results sub- 
mitted to the department for examination, criticism and 
instruction. The library is so strong in Pedagogy that 
this work is of great and lasting professional value. 

2. For entrance upon this course a complete detail 
of all the work taken at the college must be filed. 

3. Substitutions will be granted for efficient peda- 
gogical work taken at a college with a strong profession- 
al department. Great liberty will be allowd to such grade 
of students so as to enable them to prepare both wisely 
and well for the best public servis in any special line of 
school work, but in every case a year's attendance at this 
college is required. Such students are excused from ora- 
tions and literary society work if they apply to the 
Faculty for such release. 

4. College graduates who wish Primary or Kin- 
dergarten training will be given a year's work on appli- 
cation and can graduate at the end of that time of resi- 
dence, provided the work done is creditable. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 13 

5. Any college graduate interested in this course is 
requested to write for further information to the Presi- 
dent of the Iowa State Teachers College or to C. P. Col- 
grove. 



JUNIOR COLLEGE COURSES. 



SPECIAL TEACHER PREPARATION. 



Standards Required and Honors Conferd. 

Special State Certificates. — For the completion of 
these courses the State Board of Educational Examiners 
grants a five year special state certificate, said certificate 
authorizing the graduate to teach such branches in the 
public schools. 

The Diploma Conferd. — The junior college courses 
each cover two years of strong work in scholastic, gen- 
eral professional and special professional lines. They 
are the equivalent in standard of excellence with other 
college courses of similar length and they give special 
attention to some one line of definit training. For the 
completion of these two years of study and training, a 
Special Teacher Diploma is awarded. 

For the completion of an additional year of study, 
a Director's or Supervisor's Diploma as a special teacher 
is awarded as an additional recommendation of qualifica- 
tion and training for executiv work along these special- 
ties of teaching. When a three-year course is printed, 
the third year is the supervisors' or directors' course. 

In some particular departments where students com- 
plete the full line of special professional work required, 
such as music and art, department certificates may be 
obtaind by such persons as do not desire to complete 
the scholastic and the general professional work required 
for a diploma. 

In all junior college courses the electiv studies must 
be chosen from the list of branches and term's work 
designated as of full college grade. These elections must 
be made by consulting the heds of the departments in- 
volved in order to avoid all mistakes. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 



15 



College graduates of standard institutions are grant- 
ed a one year course in any of these special lines if their 
former work permits it to be done. 



THE PRIMARY TEACHERS' COURSE. 

First Yeai*. 
ABC 

1. Prim'y Methodsl. Prim'yMethodsl. Prim 'y Methods 

2. Psychology. 2. Elocution. 2. Botany. 



2. Psychology. 2. Elocution 

3. Pri. Handwork 3. Psychology. 

4. Ehetoric. 4. Vocal Music. 



2. Botany. 

3. Obs. in Training 
School. 

4. Vocal Music. 
Physical Training, five hours a week. 

Literary Society Work. 



Second Year. 
B 



C 



1. Sch. Manage 't. 1. Hist, of Educ'nl. Kg. Theory & Ob 

2. Drawing. 2. Drawing. 2. Drawing. 

3. Zoology. 3. Eng. Literature. 3. Electiv. 

4. Criticism and 4. Criticism and 4. Criticism and 

Practis. Practis. Practis. 

Literary Society Work. 



THE KINDERGARTNERS , COURSE. 



A 

1. Kg. Theory. 

2. Psychology. 

3. Ehetoric. 

4. Drawing. 



First Yeax. 
B 



C 



1. Kg. Theory. 1. Kg Practis. 

2. Psychology. 2. El. Handwork, 

3. Vocal Music. 3. Vocal Music. 

4. Drawing. 4. Nature Study. 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 



16 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Second Year. 
ABC 

1. Kg. Theory. 1. Kg. Theory. 1. Kg. Theory. 

2. Kg. Practis. 2. Kg. Practis. 2. Sch. Managem't 

3. Elocution. 3. Hist, of Educ'n.3. Primary Theory 

4. Electiv. 4. Electiv. 4. Electiv. 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Supervisor Year. 

ABC 

1. Kg. Theory. 1. Kg. Theory. 1. Psychology. 

2. Phil, of Educ'n 2. Sch. Supervise 2. Kg. Practis. 

3. Harmony. 3. Public Speak 'g 3. Hist, of Paint 'g 

4. Electiv. 4. Electiv. 4. Electiv. 

Literary Society Work. 



THE PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHERS' COURSE. 



First Year. 
ABC 

1. Psychology. 1. Eng. Literature 1. Nature Study. 

2. Ehetoric. 2. Psychology. 2. Voice. 

3. 3d term Music. 3. 4th term Music 3. Gth term Music 
Sightsinging (3) Sightsinging & Methods (2) 
Ele. Harm'y (2) Methods (3) Harmony (2) 

4. Voice. Hist, of Mus. (2) Hist, of Mus. (1) 

4. 5th term Music 4. 5th term Music 
Harmony (2) Ear Train. (2) 

5. Voice. Adv. Sight- 

singing (1) 
5. Piano. 
Physical Training. 
Literarv Societv Work. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 17 

Second Year. 
ABC 

1. Sound. 1. History. 1. Hist, of Educa'n 

2. Elocution. 2. Sch. Manage 't 2. Voice. 

3. 7th term Music 3. 8th term Music3. 9th term Music 
Hist of Mus. (2) Musical Supervision (2) 
Harmony (2) Appreciate (2) Harmony (2) 
Conducting (1) Harmony (2) Theory of 

4. Observation Child Voice (1) Music (1) 
(half credit.) 4. Prac. Teaching. 4. Prac. Teaching. 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

The figure in parenthesis indicates the number of 
recitation hours per week, when less than five hours a 
week are given. 

Two years of voice are required (one lesson per 
week.) 

One year of piano is required (one lesson per week.) 

Students completing all the music work required in 
the above course and the practis teaching, in addition to 
one term of psychology, one term of school management, 
one term of elocution, and two electivs in English, may 
be granted a certificate from the department. 



TEE DRAWING TEACHERS' COURSE. 



First Year. 
ABC 

1. Cast Drawing. 1. Cast Drawing. 1. Hist, of Paint 'g. 

2. Hist. (Greek) 2. Medieval Hist. 2. Pscyhology. 

3. Elocution 3. Psychology. 3. Phys. Sci. Elect. 

4. Rhetoric. 4. Hist, of Arch. 4. Electiv. 

& Sculpture 
Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



18 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Second Year. 

ABC 

1. Still Life. 1. Perspectiv. 1. Superv'n in Art 

2. Zoology. 2. El. Handwork. 2. Mathematics. 

3. Pol. Sci. Elec'v 3. Eng Literature 3. Hist of Educa'n 

4. Sch. Manage 't 4. Prac. Teaching 4. Prac. Teaching 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Third Year. 

A B C 

1. Water Color. 1. Mech. Drawing 1. Design 

2. Profes'l Elec'v 2. Geology. 2. Chemistry. 

3. Physiography. 3. Phil, of Educ'n3. Botany. 

4. El. of Lit. Crit. 4. Sheet Met. W'k4. Electiv. 

Literary Society Work. 



THE MANUAL TRAINING TEACHERS' COURSE. 



First Year. 

ABC 

1. Bhetoric. 1. Higher Alg'a 1. 1. Eng. Literature 

2. Psychology. 2. Psychology. 2. Sch. Managed. 

3. Com. Geog. of 3. Prim. Handw'k3. Bench Work. 
N. A. 4. 2d Drawing. 4. Design. 

4. 1st Drawing. 5. Mech. Drawing. 5. Mech. Drawing. 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Second Year. 
ABC 

1. Trigonometry. 1. Hist, of Ednc'nl. XIX. Cent. Hist 

2. Man. Training 2. Man. Training 2. Physics I. 
Methods I. Methods II. 3. Bench Work. 

3. Bench Work. 3. Bench Work. 4. Mech. Drawi'g 

4. Sheet M't W'k 4. Special Electiv.5. Prac. Teaching. 

5. Ele. Handwork 5. Prac. Teaching. 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Third Year. 



19 



ABC 

Profes'l Electivl. Phil, of Educ'nl. Org. & Econ. of 
Elocution 2. Chemistry I. Man. Training. 

3. Special Electiv 2. Chemistry II. 

4. Indus. History. 3. Nat. Sci. ElecV 
4. Special Electiv 

Literary Society Work. 



Bench Work. 
Electiv. 



THE DOMESTIC SCIENCE TEACHERS' COURSE. 



First Year. 

ABC 

1. Foods, comp & 1. Foods, comp & 1. Foods, comp & 



Dietary Uses. 

2. Cookery. 

3. Sewing. 

4. Inorg. Chem. 

5. Rhetoric. 



Dietary Uses. 

2. Cookery. 

3. Sewing. 

4. Inorg. Chem. 

5. Sanitation. 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Second Year. 
B 



Dietary Uses. 

2. Cookery. 

3. Waitress Work. 

4. Qual. Analysis. 

5. Sewing. 

6. Methods in Dom 
Science. 

7. Psychology. 



1. Cookery. 



1. Cookery. 



1. 



C 
Cookery. 



House 'd Chem. 2. House 'd Archi-2. Food Analysis. 

3. Adv. Physiol 'y tecture. 3. Hist, of Educ'n 

4. Prac. Teaching. 3. House 'd Chem. 4. Sch. Managem't 

4. Psychology. 5. Prac. Teaching. 

5. Prac. Teaching. 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 

NOTE. — This course is of a kind that it is practically 
necessary to begin the same at the opening of the fall 
term and continue it regularly for the time requird. 



20 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS' COURSE. 



First Year. 
ABC 

1. Electiv (Math.)l. Chemistry I. 1. Chemistry II. 

2. Electiv (Hist.) 2. Elocution. 2. Electiv. (Eng.^ 

3. Ehetoric. 3. Psychology. 3. Psychology. 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Second Year. 
ABC 

1. Gym. Pedagogy 1. Theory and Sys-1. Hist, ot Physic '1 

2. Aiiatomy I. terns of Ph 'y Ed. Training. 

3. Sch Managem't2. Anatomy II. 2. Adv. Hygiene 

3. Hist of Educa'n3. Elec. (Pol. Sci.). 
Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Third Year. 
ABC 

1. Anthropom'y &1. Prac.Teaching. 1. Physiology of 
Phys. Diagno's 2. Elec. (Nat. Sci.) Exercise. 

2. Adv. Physiol 'y 3. Phil, of Educ'n.2. Electiv. 

3. Electiv. 3. Genetic Psych. 

4. Med. Gymnast's 
and Massage. 
Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



Special Course for College Graduates. 



ABC 

1. Gym. Pedago'yl. Theory and Sys-1. Hist, of Phys. Tr 

2. Anatomy I. tems of Ph'l Ed. 2. Hygiene. 

3. Adv. Physiory2. Anatomy II. 3. Physiology of 

4. Anthropom'y & 3. Electiv. Exercise. 

Phys. Diagnosis4. Prac. Teaching 4. Medical Gym. & 

Massage. 
Physical Training. 



TEACHERS' CERTIFICATE COURSES. 



Courses Offerd in Subjects Required by the State Board 
of Educational Examiners. 



I. The Uniform County Certificate Course. 

The Teachers College maintains classes every term 
for the accommodation of students who wish to prepare 
for the examination required for county and state cer- 
tificates. 

Conditions of Admission — Plans of Management. 

1. Students who possess third grade uniform county 
certificates, whether in force or not, may enter without 
formal examination on this credential of scholarship, but 
they will be required to take all branches on the certificate 
that are recorded as below seventy-five per cent in the 
two term classes regularly provided. Students who have 
completed eighth grade work in city schools, or those 
having country school diplomas, who are at least sixteen 
years of age, are admitted to the course but are assignd 
to classes where two terms of work is required in arith- 
metic, grammar, IT. S. history, geography, civics, and 
vocal music. Students without credentials of any kind 
or who do not meet these minimum standards are given 
work in the Secondary or High School maintaind by the 
College, unless they establish their qualifications as con- 
forming to said standards by taking an examination 
equivalent to that required for third grade county cer- 
tificate. 

Students who possess second grade county certifi- 
cates are admitted to study such subjects as are needed 
to prepare them for first grade certificate standard. 



22 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Uniform County Certificate Course. 

First Year. 
ABC 

1. Arithmetic. 1. Geography. 1. U. S. History. 

2. Eng. Grammar. 2. Algebra. 2. Algebra. 

3. Physiology. 3. Didactics. 3. Beading. 

4. Orthography. 4. Penmanship. 4. Vocal Music. 
Physical Training. 

Second Year. 
ABC 

1. Eng. Composi'nl. Eng. Electiv 1. Civics. 

2. Physics. 2. Physics. 2. Methods. 

3. Physiography. 3. El. Economics. 3. Gen History. 

4. Electiv. 4. Electiv. 4. Electiv. 

Physical Training. 

NOTE. — The electiv terms work here authorized are 
to be chosen from the State Certificate course. 

II. The State Certificate Course. 

Conditions of Admission and Plans of Management Ex- 

plaind. 

1. Students who have completed the county certi- 
ficate teachers' course or who are holders of the first 
grade uniform county teachers' certificate are granted 
admission to this course. 

2. Students who have completed unaccredited high 
school courses of at least two years will receive credit 
for entrance requirements to this course in proportion 
to the quality and quantity of work proven by their cer- 
tificates furnisht by the high school from which they 
graduated, such credit to become permanent provided the 
work done in the College justifies such after recognition. 
Students presenting additional work earnd in other 
schools will have their status decided by a committee of 
flic Faculty. 

3. Students having scholarship equivalent to first 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 23 

grade uniform county certificate or who have graduated 
from unaccredited high schools of more than two years, 
are admitted on equivalent three year courses to pre- 
pare as teachers in kindergarten, primary, music or 
other special teacher work. 

State Certificate Course. 

Granting an Elementary Teacher Diploma and a 
Second Grade State Certificate. 



A 

1. Algebra. * 

2. Physics. * 

3. Gen. History. 

4. Electiv. 



First Year. 
B 



C 
Plane Geomet'y 
Vocal Music. 
Prin of Educa'n 
Electiv. 



Math Electiv. 
Sch. Managem't 
Gen. Botany. 
Electiv. 



1. Plane Geomet'y 1. 

2. Bookkeeping. 2. 

3. Elocution. 3. 

4. Electiv. 4. 
Physical Training. 

Second Year. 
A B 

1. Drawing. 1. Drawing. 1. 

2. Psychology. 2. Psychology. 2. 

3. Solid Geometry 3. Sanitation. 3. 

4. Electiv. 4. Electiv. 4. 

Physical Training. 
• Literary Society Work. 

Third Year. 

ABC 

1. Ehetoric. 1. Eng. Electiv. 1. Science Electiv. 

2. Econ. Electiv 2. Govt. Electiv. 2. Hist. Electiv. 

3. Hist, of Edu'n. 3. Prac. Teaching. 3. Prac. Teaching. 

4. Electiv. 4. Electiv. 4. Electiv. 

Literary Society Work. 

*Two terms work if elementary teachers course was 
not completed at this College or in an equivalent school. 

NOTES. — The electiv terms of work here provided 
are intended for the study of Latin or German. Sub- 



24 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

stitutes for these f oren languages may be granted in other 
departments where the student does not purpose to later 
become a candidate for the diploma Bachelor of Didac- 
tics. 

A term 's work in Teachers ' Arithmetic or Teachers ' 
Grammar may be taken during the course if there are 
sufficient students desiring such special study. 



THE SPECIAL COMMERCIAL TEACHERS' COURSE. 



Granting a Department Certificate. 
First Year. 

ABC 

1. Penmanship. 1. Penmanship. 1. Penmanship. 

2. Bookkeeping. 2. 2d Bookkeeping.2. 3d Bookkeeping. 

3. Arithmetic. 3. Com.Geography.3. Com. Geography. 

4. Grammar. 4. Eng. Comp. 4. Ehetoric. 

Physical Training. 
Ehetoricals or Literary Society Work. 



SPECIAL MUSIC TEACHER COURSES. 



Conditions of Admission. — Students are admitted to 
these music courses on liberal terms as to preparatory 
training and are encouraged to begin early enough to de- 
velop the skill and capability for professional artistic 
success that are so notably demanded in teachers of these 
kinds. 

To become a candidate for graduation, the student 
must have attaind to the scholastic qualifications requir- 
ed of secondary schools for full college entrance. These 
scholastic conditions may be acquired in any good second- 
ary school or may be accomplisht in the certificate courses 
at the College. 

Conditions of Graduation. — A special Teacher Di- 
ploma will be awarded to such persons as complete sat- 
isfactorily any one of the courses here outlined, but as 
skill and capability as musicians are also essential quali- 
ties to be attaind, the exact time necessary to complete 
any one of these courses can not be stated in school 
years. The candidate must have sufficient proficiency in 
the special line chosen to secure the recommendation of 
the professors in charge of the work to become an appli- 
cant for graduation. The courses as here mapt out, out- 
side of the attainment in capability as a musician, can 
be satisfactorily completed in three years. 



THE PIANO COURSE. 



Piano lessons must be continued thru the entire 
period of study, two lessons a week. A second study — 
voice or orchestral instrument — must also be carried, with 
either one or two lessons a week, each term except the 
last year. 

Other reauired work will be: 



26 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

First Year. 

A B. r C 

Elem'ts of Music 5 Elem'ts of Music 5 German 5 
German 5 German 5 Music History 1 

Music History 2. Ear Training 2 

Second Year. 

ABC 

Harmony 2 Harmony 2 Harmony 2 

Music History 2 Eng. Literature 5 Psychology 5 
Sound 5 

Third Year. 
ABC 

Harmony 2 Harmony 2 Harm. Analysis 2. 

Psychology 5 Medieval Hist. 5 Modern History 5 

Piano — 9 terms, twice a week (at least.) 
Second Study — 6 terms, once or twice a week (at 

least.) 

The figures after the subjects indicate the number 

of recitation periods per week. 



THE VIOLIN COURSE. 



Violin lessons must be continued thru the entire period 
of study — 'two lessons per week. The piano work must 
be carried for two years successfully with at least one 
lesson a week. Attendance at two orchestra rehearsals 
and one class in ensemble playing is also required each 
week. 

First Year. 

ABC 
Elem 'ts of Music 5 Elem'ts of Music 5 Musical History 1 
Ore iTnan 5 German 5 German 5 

Musical History 2 Ear Training 2 

Second Year. 

ABC 
Harmony 2 Harmony 2 Harmony 2 

Musical History 2 Eng. Literature 5 Psychology 5 
Sound 5 



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27 



Third Year. 
A : B C 

Harmony 2 Harmony 2 Harm. Analy's 2 

Psychology 5 Medieval Hist. 5 Modern .History 5 

The figures after the subjects indicate the number 
of recitation periods per week. 



THE VOICE COURSE. 



Three years of voice lessons (two a week), and two 
years piano lessons (one a week), will be required. 

First Year. 
ABC 



Elem'ts of Music 5 Elem'ts of Music 
German 5 German 5 
Music History 2 Theory of Phys. 
Training 5 


5 German 5 
Elem'ts of Music 5 
Ear Training 2 




Second Year. 




A 


B 


C 


Harmony 2 
Music Hist. 2 
Sound 5 


Harmony 2 Harmony 2 
Eng. Literature 5 Psychology 5 




Third Year. 




A 


B 


C 


Harmony 2 
Psychology 5 
French 5 


Harmony 2 
French 5 
Medieval Hist.5 


Harm. Analy 's 2 

French 5 

Modern History 5 


The figures 
of recitation per: 


after the subjects 
iods per week. 


indicate the number 



PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS. 



Explanatory Note. 

This program of recitations is printed for the full 
school year, presenting the work for the Fall, Winter and 
Spring Terms. The work is organized on the basis of 
the past year and may be expanded if numbers enrold 
should demand it. 

The nomenclature used gives in order: 1. The Col- 
lege Course. 2. The Junior College Courses. 3. The 
Teachers' Certificate Courses, for each term. The subject 
of study is given in the terminology adopted by the de- 
partments, complete explanation being given in the 
Catalog and Circular for 1910. The name of the teacher 
is given following each subject assignd for the term and 
the Arabic numeral following the teacher's name gives 
the hour at which the recitation will occur. 

The following are the hours of work in the school for 
the year: 

First Hour— 8:00 to 8:55. 
Second Hour— 8:55 to 9:50. 
Assembly— 9:50 to 10:20. 
Third Hour— 10:20 to 11:15. 
Fourth Hour— 11:15 to 12:10. 
Fifth Hour— 1:30 to 2:25. 
Sixth Hour— 2:25 to 3:20. 
Seventh Hour— 3:20 to 4:15. 

Of these the first to fifth, inclusiv, are regarded as 
regular class hours. 

Students' Offis Hours.— Students having business 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 29 

with the President's offis will receive attention from 7:30 
to 9:50 a. m. and 1:00 to 2:00 p. m. Please note this 
and do not come other business hours except in emergen- 
cies that are unusual. 

Library Hours. — School days, 7:30 a. m. to 5:00 p. 
m. Saturdays, 8:00 a. m. to 12*:00 m. 

Literary Societies. — Fridays, 2:25 p. m. Saturdays, 
7:00 p.m. 

Faculty Meetings. — Mondays, 2:25 p. m. 



ASSIGNMENT FOR REHEARSALS OF MUSICAL 

SOCIETIES. 

Choral Society — Thursdays, 2:25 p. m. 

Cecilians — Wednesdays, 2:25 p. m. 
Euterpeans — Tuesdays, 2:25 p. m. 
Young Ladies ' Glee Club — Mondays, 2:25 p. m. 
Minnesingers — Wednesdays, 2:25 p. m. 
Troubadours — Tuesdays, 2:25 p. m. 
Orchestra — Mondays and Thursdays, 3:30 p. m. 
Band — Tuesdays and Fridays, 3:30 p. m. 
Ensemble Class — Wednesdays, 3:00 p. m. 
Junior Band — Wednesdays, 3:30 p. m. 



FALL TERM. 



College Course. 

Professional Instruction in Education. — I. 1st Psy- 
chology, Mr. Samson 1; Mr. Dick 4. II. 2nd Psychology, 
Mr. Samson 2. III. School Management, Mr. Colgrove 
2; Mr. Dick 1-3. IV. History of Education, Mr. Walters 
2. IX. Great Educators, Mr. Walters 1. 



30 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Training in Teaching. — Illustrativ Teaching, Mr. 
Bender (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) 3-5-6. 

English Language and Literature. — I. Rhetoric, Mr. 
Lynch 1-5; Mr. Gist 4-5; Miss Lambert 2; Miss Gregg 5; 
Miss Hearst 4; Miss Lodge 1-3. II. (a) English Litera- 
ture, Mr. Lynch 3; Miss Lambert 4. III. Shakespeare. 
Mr. Gist 2. XL English Literature of the 19th Century 
Miss Lambert 1. 

Elocution and Public Speaking. — I. Elocution I.. 
Miss Martin 2-3. IV. Repertoire I., Miss Martin 4. VIII. 
Argumentation, Mr. Barnes 2 ; IX. Oratory I., Mr. Barnes 



Latin and Greek. — (1) Latin. I. Cicero (Gate, 
Major) and Livy, Mr. Merchant 2. X. Tacitus and 
Pliny, Mr. Merchant 1. XIII. Teachers' Latin, Mr, 
Merchant 1 (Mom, Fri.) and 6 (Tues., Wed., Thurs.) 
XVI. Elementary Latin: Introductory Work 5, or Cicero 
3, Mr. Merchant. XIX. Vergil (Aeneid, First term), 
Miss Call 2. (2) Greek. I. Lessons, Miss Call 4. IV. 
Xenophon, Miss Call 5. 

German and French. — (1) German. I. Grammar. 
Mr. Knoepfler 4. II. Grammar, Miss Lorenz 5. III. 
Immensee and Hoeher als die Kirche, Miss Lorenz 1. 
IV. Die Journalisten, Miss Lorenz 3. V. Wilhelm -Tell 
or Maria Stuart or Die Jungfrau von Orleans, Miss 
Lorenz 2. VI. Prose Composition, Mr. Knoepfler 1. VII. 
Emilia Galotti and German Lyrics and Ballads, Mr. 
Knoepfler 3. (2)French. I. Lessons, Mr. Knoepfler 2. 

Mathematics. — I. Higher Algebra L, Miss Seals 2. 
III. Trigonometry, Mr. Cory 1. V. Analytical Geometry, 
Mr. Condit 1. 

Chemistry. — I. Inorganic, Mr. Getchell 3. II. In- 
organic, Air. Page 2. III. IV. Qualitativ Analysis, Mr. 
Getchel] 1-5. V. VI. Quantitativ Analysis, Mr. Getchell 
5 6. 

Physics.— I. Mechanics of Solids and Fluids, Mr. 
BegemaD .'5. V. Sound, Mr. Begemari 5. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 3) 

Natural Science. — I. Physiology L, Mr. Newton 3. 

IV. /oology I., Mr. Arey 1. VI. Physiography I., Mr. 
("able 2. XI. Commercial Geography of North America, 
Miss Aitchison 1. 

History. — I. American, Miss Riggs 4. III. Greek, 
Miss Rice 1. VI. Modern, Miss Riggs 3. 

Economics. — I. Economic Theory, Mr. McKitrick 2. 

V. Commercial History of Europe, Mr. McKitrick 4. 

Government. — I. American Government, Mr. Meyer- 
holz 4. II. American Constitutional History I., Mr. Mey- 
erholz 5. VII. Constitutional Law, Mr. Meyerholz 3. 

The Manual Arts. — I. Manual Training Methods I., 
Mr. Bailey 2. 

Physical Education. — I. Anatomy I., Mr. Seymour 3. 



JUNIOR COLLEGE COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. — 1st Psychol- 
ogy, Mr. Colgrove 1-3-5. History of Education, Mr. Wal- 
ters 3-4. 1st Primary Methods, Miss McGovern 2-3-4. 
2nd Primary Methods, Miss McGovern 1. 

Training in Teaching. — Primary Criticism, Miss 
Hatcher 6. Kindergarten Theory (Junior) Miss Ward 4. 
Kindergarten Theory (Senior) Miss Ward and Miss Dow- 
dell 4. Kindergarten Practis, Miss Dowdell 2-3. 

Chemistry. — 1st Inorganic Chemistry, Mr. Page 1. 
Household Chemistry, Mr. Page 4. 

Physics. — Sound, Mr. Begeman 5. 

Natural Science. — Zoology, Mr. Arey 3-4-5. 

Art. — Water Color, Miss Thornton 1. 1st Primary 
Drawing, Miss Thornton 2-3-4. Cast Drawing, Miss Patt 
2. 1st Kindergarten Drawing, Miss Patt 3. Still Life, 
Miss Patt 4. Perspectiv, Miss Patt 1. 

Vocal Music. — 1st Vocal Music, Mr. Fullerton 3; 



32 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Miss Dickey 1; Miss Stenwall 5; Mr. Hays 4. 2nd Vocal 
Music, Mr. Fullerton 1; Miss Steirwall 4; Mr. Hays 2 
3rd Music, (a) Harmony (Tuesday, Thursday), Mr. Full- 
erton; (b) Sightsinging (Monday, Wednesday, Friday). 
Mr. Fullerton^. 4th Music, (a) History (Monday, Thurs- 
day), Miss Childs; (b) Sightsinging (Tuesday, Wednes- 
day, Friday), Miss Stenwall 3. 7th Music, (a) History 
(Monday, Wednesday), Miss Childs; (b) Harmony (Tues- 
day, Friday), Mr. Merrill; (c) Conducting (Thursday), 
Mr. Fuller ton 4. Practis Teaching for Music Students, 
Miss Dickey 3; Miss Stenwall 2. 

Physical Education. — Anatomy I., Mr. Seymour 3. 
Gymnastic Pedagogy, Mr. Seymour 4. Anthropometry 
and Physical Diagnosis, Mr. Seymour 5. Primary Phy- 
sical Training, 3-4. 

The Manual Arts.— Manual Training Methods L, Mr. 
Bailey 2. 1st Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 3. Ad- 
vanced Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 5. 1st Bench 
Work, Mr. Bailey 1. Advanced Bench Work, Mr. Brown 
3-5. Woodturning, Mr. Brown 3-5. Primary Handwork, 
Mrs. McMahon 1-3-5. 1st Sewing, Mrs. McMahon 2. 
Elementary Handwork, Mr. Brown 4. 

Home Economics. — Domestic Science. (1) 1st Year 
Training Class. Foods; Composition and Dietary Uses, 
Miss Townsend (Monday, Wednesday) 1:30 to 2:25. 
Cookery, Miss Townsend (Monday, Wednesday), 2:25 
to 5:00. (2) 2nd Year Training Class. Cookery, Miss 
Townsend (Tuesday, Thursday) 3:15 to 5:30. Practis 
Teaching in Cookery (Tuesday, Thursday), 1:00 to 3:15. 



COUNTY AND STATE CERTIFICATE COURSE. 

Professional Instruction in Education. — 1st Psychol- 
ogy, Air. K.mison 3. 2nd Psychology, Mr. Samson 5. 
School Management, Mr. Colgrove 2; Mr. Dick 1-3. 
History of Education, Mr. Walters 3-4. Principles of 
Education, Mr. Dick 2. Methods, Miss Buck 2-3. Didac- 
tics, Miss Buck 1-5. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 33 

English Language and Literature. — Rhetoric, Mr. 
Lynch 1-5 Mr. Gist 4-5; Miss Lambert 2; Miss Gregg 5; 
Miss Hearst 4; Miss Lodge 1-3. American Literature, 
Miss Baker 2. 1st English Classics Miss Oliver 4. 2nd 
English Classics, Miss Hearst 5. Complete English Com- 
position, Miss Lodge 4. Complete English Grammar, 
Miss Gregg 2-3-4. 1st half English Composition, Miss 
Baker 5. 2nd half English Composition, Miss Baker 
3. 1st half English Grammar, Miss Baker 4; Miss Hearst 
1. 2nd English Grammar, Miss Hearst 2. Orthography, 
Miss Oliver 1-2. 

Elocution and Public Speaking. — Elocution, Miss 
Falkler 2-4. Reading, Miss Falkler 1-3. 

Latin and Greek. — Latin. 1st Latin Lessons, Miss 
Call 1. 2nd Caesar, Miss Call 3. 

Geometry and Surveying. — Beginning Geomtery, Mr. 
"Wright 2-3. Middle Geometry, Mr. Wright 4. Solid 
Geometry, Mr. Wright 5. 

Mathematics. — 1st Algebra, Miss Seals 4-5. 2nd 
Algebra, Miss Seals 3. 3rd Algebra, Mr. Condit 2. Two 
term Algebra, Mr. Condit 5. Complete Arithmetic, Mr. 
Condit 3; Mr. Cory 2-4. 1st half Arithmetic, Miss Lam- 
bert 2-3-4. 2nd half Arithmetic, Miss Lambert 5. 

Physics. — 1st Physics, Mr. Hersey 1-4: 



2-3. 2nd Physics, Mr. Hersey 2; 5. 

Natural Science. — General Botany, Mr. Newton 5. 
Physiology, Mr. Newton 1-2. Physiography, Mr. Cable 
1-3. Complete Geography, Mr. Cable 5. 1st half Geo- 
graphy, Miss Aitchison 2-4. 2nd half Geography, Miss 
Aitchison 3. 

History. — 1st General History, Miss Rice 3. 2nd 
General History, Miss Riggs 2. Complete U. S. History, 
Miss Riggs 5. 1st half U. S. History, Miss Rice 4; Mr. 
Peterson 1. 2nd half U. S. History, Miss Rice 5. 

Economics. — Economics, Mr. McKitrick 5. Ele- 
mentary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 3; Mr. Peterson 4. 



34 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Government. — Iowa and U. S. Civics (Review), Mr. 
Meyerholz 2. Iowa History and Civics, Mr. Peterson 2 
U. S. Civics, Mr. Peterson 3. 

Art. — 1st Drawing, Miss Patt 4. 2nd Drawing, Miss 
Patt 1. 

Commercial Education. — 1st Penmanship, Mr. Cum- 
mins 1-2. Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 1st 
Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 3. 

Vocal Music. — 1st Vocal Music, Mr. Fullerton 3; 
Miss Dickey 1 ; Miss Stenwall 5 ; Mr. Hays 4. 2nd Vocal 
Music, Mr. Fullerton 1; Miss Stenwall 4; Mr. Hays 2. 

Home Economics. — Domestic Science. 1st Cookery, 
Miss Townsend (Tuesday, Thursday), 1:00 to 3:15. 



WINTER TERM. 



College Course. 

Professional Instruction In Education. — I. 1st Psy- 
chology, Mr. Samson 1. II. 2nd Psychology, Mr. Samson 
2; Mr. Dick 1. III. School Management, Mr. Colgrove 
2; Mr. Dick 1-4. IV. History of Education, Mr. Walters 
4. V. Philosophy of Education, Mr. Walters 2. VI. 
American Education, Mr. Seerley 1. 

English Language and Literature. — I. Ehetoric, Mr. 
Lynch 5; Mr. Gist 1-4; Miss Lodge 2-4. II. (a) English 
Literature, Mr. Lynch 2; (b) English Literature, Miss 
Lambert 3; IV. Epic Poetry in English, Mr. Lyncn 3. 
VII. Anglo Saxon and The History of the English Lang- 
uage, Mr. Grist 2. XIV. American Literature, Miss Lam- 
bert 1. 

Elocution and Public Speaking. — II. Elocution II., 
Miss Martin 3. III. Applied Drama, Miss Martin 4. 
V. Repertoire II., Miss Martin 2. IX. Oratory I, Mr. 
Barnes 1 ; Oratory II., Mr. Barnes 3. 

Latin and Greek. — (1) Latin. II. Livy, Mr. Merchant 
2. X I . . I >\ i ny a Qd Martial, Mr. Merchant 1. XIV. Teach- 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 35 

ers' Latin, Mr. Merchant 1 (Monday, Friday) and 6 
(Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday). XVII. Elementary 
Latin: Caesar 5, or Cicero 3, Mr. Merchant. XX. Vergil 
(Aeneid, Second term), Miss Call 2. (2) Greek. II. Les- 
sons, Miss Call 4. 

German and French. — (1) German. I. Grammar, 
Miss Lorenz 1. II. Grammar, Mr. Knoepfler 4. III. Im- 
mensee and Hoeher als die Kirche, Miss Lorenz 5. IV. 
Die Journalisten, Miss Lorenz 2. V. Wilhelm Tell or 
Maria Stuart or Die Jungfrau von Orleans, Miss Lorenz 
3. VI. Prose Composition, Mr. Knoepfler 1. VIII. 
Nathan der Weise, Mr. Knoepfler 3. (2) French. II. 
Lessons, Mr. Knoepfler 2. 

Mathematics. — I. Higher Algebra 1., Miss Seals 2. 
III. Trigonometry, Mr. Condit 3. VI. Differential Cal- 
culus, Mr. Condit 1. 

Chemistry. — I. Inorganic, Mr. Page 2. II. Inorganic, 
Mr. Getchell 3. III., IV. Qualitativ Analysis, Mr. Getch- 
ell 1-2. V., VI., Quantitativ Analysis, Mr. Getchell 5-6. 
VIII. Assaying, Mr. Page 5-6. 

Physics. — I. Mechanics of. Solids and Fluids, Mr. 
Begeman 4. II. Sound and Light, Mr. Begeman 3. 

Natural Science. — III. Hygiene and Sanitation, Mr. 
Newton 4-5. VII. Geology I., Mr. Arey 3. IX. Miner- 
alogy, Mr. Arey 4. XL Commercial Geography of North 
America, Miss Aitchison 5. XIII. Influences of Geo- 
graphy upon American History, Mr. Cable 4. 

History. — IV. Soman, Miss Rice 2. V. Medieval, 
Miss Riggs 1. VII. 18th Century, Miss Riggs 2. 

Economics. — III. English Industrial History, Mr. 
McKitrick 1. VI. Money and Banking, Mr. Mc Kitrick 
3. 

Government. — III. American Constitutional History 
II., Mr. Meyerholz 4. IV. English Government, Mr. 
Meyerholz 2. VI. International Law, Mr. Meyerholz 3: 



36 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Art. — I. History of Architecture and Sculpture, Miss 
Thornton 2. 

The Manual Arts. — II. Manual Training Methods 
II., Mr. Bailey 2. 

Physical Education. — II. Anatomy II., Mr. Seymour 
3. 



Junior College Courses. 

Professional Instruction in Education. — 1st Psycho- 
logy, Mr. Dick 5. 2nd Psychology, Mr. Colgrove 1-3-5. 
History of Education, Mr. Walters 1-3. 1st Primary 
Methods, Miss McGovern 5. 2nd Primary Methods, Miss 
McGovern 2-3-4. 

Training in Teaching. — Primary Criticism, Miss 
Hatcher 6. Kindergarten Theory (Junior), Miss Ward 
and Miss Dowdell 4. Kindergarten Theory (Senior) Miss 
Ward 4. Kindergarten Practis, Miss Dowdell 2-3. 

English Language and Literature. — English Litera- 
ture, Miss Lambert 5. 

Chemistry. — 2nd Inorganic, Mr. Page 1. Household 
Chemistry, Mr. Page 4. 

Natural Science. — Structrual Botany, Mr. Arey 1-2. 

Art. — History of Architecture and Sculpture, Miss 
Thornton 2. Cast Drawing, Miss Patt 5. Still Life, Miss 
Thornton 1-3. Perspectiv, Miss Patt 3-4. 2nd Primary 
Drawing, Miss Thornton 1-4. 2nd Kindergarten Draw- 
ing, Miss Patt 1. 

Vocal Music — 1st Vocal Music, Mr. Fullerton 3; Miss 
Stenwall 1; Mr. Hays 2-5. 2nd Vocal Music, Miss Stenwall 
3; Miss Dickey 1. 3rd Music, Mr. Fullerton 
1; 41 h Music, (a) History (Monday, Thursday), Miss 
Cbilds; (I)) Sight&inging (Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday), 
Miss Stenwall 4. 5th Music, (a) Ear Training (Monday, 
Wednesday), Mr. Fullerton; (b) Harmony (Tuesday, 
Friday), Mr. Men-ill; (c) Conducting (Thursday), Mr. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 37 

Fullerton 2. 8th Music, (a) Appreciation, (Monday, 
Thursday), Mr. Fullerton; (b) Harmony (Tuesday, Fri- 
day), Mr. Merrill; (c) Child Voice (Wednesday), Miss 
Stenwall 4. Practis Teaching for Music Students, Miss 
Dickey 3; Miss Stenwall 2. 

Physical Education. — Anatomy II., Mr. Seymour 3. 
Theory and Systems of Physical Education, Mr. Seymour 
5. 2nd Primary Physical Training 3-4. 

The Manual Arts. — Manual Training Methods II., Mr. 
Bailey 2. 1st Bench Work, Mr. Bailey 4. Advanced 
Bench Work, Mr. Brown 2-5. 1st Mechanical Drawing, 
Mr. Brown 3. Advanced Mechanical Drawing, Mr. 
Bailey 5. Sheet Metal Work, Mr. Bailey 3. Woodturn- 
ing, Mr. Brown 2-5. Elementary Handwork, Mr. Brown 
1. Primary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 1-2-5. 2nd Sew- 
ing, Mrs. McMahon 2. 

Home Economics. — Domestic Science. (1) 1st Year 

Training Class. Foods: Composition and Dietary Uses, 
Miss Townsend (Monday, Wednesday), 1:30 to 2:25. 
Cookery, Miss Townsend (Monday, Wednesday), 2:25 to 
5:00. (2) 2nd Year Training Class. Household Architec- 
ture, Miss Townsend (Tuesday), 3:30; (Friday) 1:30 to 
2:25. Cookery, Miss Townsend (Thursday), 3:15 to 6:00. 
Practis Teaching in Cookery (Tuesday, Thursday), 1:00 
to 3:15. 

County and State Certificate Courses. 

Professional Instruction in Education. — 1st Psychol- 
ogy, Mr. Samson 3. 2nd Psychology, Mr. Samson 5. 
School Management, Mr. Colgrove 2, Mr. Dick 1-4. Hist- 
ory of Education, Mr. Walters 1-3. Principles of Educa- 
tion, Mr. Dick 2. Methods, Miss Buck 2-3. Didactics, 
Miss Buck 1-5. 

English Language and Literature. — Rhetoric, Mr. 
Lynch 5; Mr. Gist 1-4; Miss Lodge 2-4. American Liter- 
ature, Miss Baker 1. 1st English Classics, Miss Oliver 4. 
2nd English Classics, Miss Hearst 5. Complete English 
Composition, Miss Lodge 1. Complete English Grammar, 
Miss Gregg 2- 3- 4- 5. 1st half English Composition, Miss 



38 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Baker 2. 2nd half English Composition, Miss Baker 5. 
1st half English Grammar, Miss Hearst 2-3. 2nd half 
English Grammar, Miss Baker 3; Miss Hearst 4. Orth- 
ography, Miss Oliver 1-2. 

Elocution and Public Speaking. — Elocution, Miss 
Falkler 2-3-5. Beading, Miss Falkler 1. 

Latin and Greek. — Latin. 2nd Latin Lessons, Miss 
Call 1. 1st Cicero, Miss Call 3. 

Geometry and Surveying. — Beginning Geometry, Mr. 
Wright 4. Middle Geometry, Mr. Wright 2-3. Solid Geo- 
metry, Mr. Wright 5. 

Mathematics. — 1st Algebra, Miss Lambert 2. 2nd 
Algebra, Miss Seals 3-4. 3rd Algebra, Miss Seals 5. Two 
term Algebra, Mr. Condit 5. Complete Arithmetic, Mr. 
Condit 2; Mr. Cory 4. 1st half Arithmetic, Mr. Cory 1-2-3. 
2nd half Arithmetic, Miss Lambert 3-4-5. 

Physics. — 1st Physics, Mr. Hersey 1-4; 

2. 2nd Physics, 3-5. 3rd Physics, Mr. Her- 
sey 2. 

Natural Science. — Hygiene and Sanitation, Mr. New- 
ton 4-5. Physiology, Mr. Newton 2-3. Physiography, Mr. 
Cable 3-5. Complete Geography,Mr.Cable 1. 1st half 
Geography, Miss Aitchison 1-4. 2nd half Geography, 
Miss Aitchison 3. 

History. — 1st General History, Miss Bice 3. Com- 
plete U. S. History, Miss Biggs 3-4. 1st half U. S. History, 
M iss Bice 4; Mr. Peterson 3. 2nd Half U. S. History, Miss 
Rioe 5. 

Economics. — Economics, Mr. McKitrick 5. Element- 
ary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 4; Mr. Peterson 5. 

Government.— Iowa and U. S. Civics (Beview), Mr. 
Meyerholz 1. Iowa History and Civics, Mr. Peterson 1. 
U. S. Civics, Mr. Peterson 2. 

Art. — 1st Drawing, Miss Thornton 1-3. 2nd Drawing, 
Miss Patt3-4 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 39 

Commercial Education. — 1st Penmanship, Mr. Cum- 
mins 3-5. Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 1st 
Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 1. 2nd Bookkeeping, Mr. 
Cummins 2. 

Vocal Music. — 1st Vocal Music, Mr. Fullerton 3; 
Miss Stenwall 1; Mr. Hays 2-5. 2nd Vocal Music, Miss 
Stenwall 3; Miss Dickey 1. 

Home Economics. — Domestic Science. 1st Cookery, 
Miss Townsend (Tuesday, Thursday), 1:00 to 3:15. 

Lecture Courses. — Library Course for Teachers, Miss 
Biscoe 5. 



SPRING TERM. 



College Course. 

Professional Instruction in Education. — I. 1st Psy- 
chology, Mr. Samson 2. II. 2nd Psychology, Mr. Sam- 
son 1. III. School Management, Mr. Colgrove 2-3; Mr. 
Dick 1-4. IV. History of Education, Mr. Walters 2. V. 
Philosophy of Education, Mr. Walters 4. VII. Experi- 
mental Psychology, Mr. Colgrove 4. VIII. School 
Supervision, Mr. Dick 2. 

English Language and Literature. — I. Rhetoric, Mr. 
Lynch 2-5; Mr. Gist 1. II. (a) English Literature, Miss 
Hearst 1; (b) English Literature, Miss Lambert 2. III. 
Shakespeare, Mr. Gist 2. VI. Development of the Eng- 
lish Drama, Miss Lambert 1. VIII. Anglo Saxon and 
Middle English, Mr. Gist 4. X. The Development of the 
English Novel, Miss Lodge 5. XIII. Teachers' English, 
Mr. Lynch 3. XIV. American Literature, Miss Lam- 
bert 4. 

Elocution and Public Speaking. — II. Elocution II., 
Miss Martin 1. VII. Principles of Expression, Miss Mar- 
tin 2. VIII. Argumentation, Mr. Barnes 2; IX. Ora- 
ory L, Mr. Barnes 3. 



40 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Latin and Greek. — (1) Latin. III. Horace, Mr. 
Merchant 2. XII. Juvenal, Mr. Merchant 1. XV. 
Teachers' Latin, Mr. Merchant 1 (Monday, Friday) and 
6 (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday). XVIII. Elemen- 
tary Latin: Cicero 5, or Vergil's Bucolics and Georgics 
3, Mr. Merchant. XXI. Vergil (Aeneid, Third term), 
Miss Call 2. (2) Greek. III. Anabasis, Miss Call 4. 

German and French. — (1) German. I. Grammar, 
Mr. Knoepfler 1. II. Grammar, Miss Lorenz 5. III. 
Immensee and Hoeher als die Kirche, Mr. Knoepfler 4. 
IV. Die Journalisten, Miss Lorenz 1. V. Wilhelm Tell 
or Maria Stuart or Die Jungfrau von Orleans, Miss 
Lorenz 2. VI. Prose Composition, Miss Lorenz 3. IX. 
Iphigenie auf Tauris and Die Braut von Messina, Mr. 
Knoepfler 3. (2) French. III. L'Abbe Constantin and 
Le Voyage de Monsieur Perrichon, Mr. Knoepfler 2. 

Geometry and Surveying. — I. Solid Geometry, Mr. 
Wright 4. II. Surveying, Mr. Wright 3. 

Mathematics. — II. Higher Algebra II., Mr. Condit 2. 
III. Trigonometry, Mr. Condit 1. IV. History and 
Teaching of Mathematics, Mr. Condit 5. VII. Integral 
Calculus, Mr. Condit 3. 

Chemistry. — I. Inorganic, Mr. Page 3. II. Inorgan- 
ic, Mr. Page 2. III. IV. Qualitativ Analysis, Mr. Getch- 
ell 3-4. V. VI. Quantitativ Analysis, Mr. Getchell 5-6. 
VII. Water Analysis, Mr. Getchell 5-6. 

Physics. — I. Mechanics of Solids and Fluids, Mr. 
Begeman 4. III. Heat, Electricity and Magnetism, Mr. 
Begeman 1. 

Natural Science. — II. Botany I., Mr. Newton 1-2 
(Laboratory work, Tuesday, Friday, 3-5). V. Zoology 
II., Mr. Arey 4. VIII. Geology II., Mr. Arey 3. X. Astron- 
omy, Mr. Cable 1. XL Commercial Geography of North 
America, Miss Aitchison 3. XII. Commercial Geography 
of Europe, Miss Aitchison 2. 

History. — II. English, Miss Kice 2. VI. Modern, 
Miss Riggs2. VIII. 19th Century, Miss Riggs 1. 



3. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 41 

Economics.— I. Economics Theory, Mr. McKitrick 



Government.— I. American Government, Mr. Meyer- 
holz 3. V. Modern European Governments, Mr. Meyer- 
holz 2. English Constitutional History, Mr. Meyerholz 4. 

Art. — II. History of Painting, Miss Thornton 1. 

The Manual Arts. — III. Organization and Economics 
of Manual Training, Mr. Bailey 4. 



Junior College Courses. 

Professional Instruction in Education. — 2nd Psy- 
chology, Mr. Colgrove 1. History of Education, Mr. 
Walters 1-3. 2nd Primary Methods, Miss McGovern 1. 
3rd Primary Methods, Miss McGovern 2-3-4. 

Training in Teaching. — Observation in Training 
School (Primary), Miss Hatcher 2-5. Primary Theory 
(for Kmdergartners), Miss Hatcher 5. Primary Criticism, 
Miss Hatcher 6. Kindergarten Theory and Observation 
(for Primary Teachers), Miss Ward 2. Kindergarten 
Theory (Senior), Miss Ward 4. Kindergarten Practis, 
Miss Ward 2-3. 

Chemistry. — Qualitativ Analysis, Mr. Getchell 1-2. 
Food Analysis, Mr. Page 4. 

Natural Science. — Nature Study, Mr. Arey 2. 
Structural Botany, Mr. Arey 1. 

Art. — History of Painting, Miss Thornton 1. Super- 
vision in Art, Miss Thornton 4. Design, Miss Patt 3. 
Still Life, Miss Patt 2. Perspectiv, Miss Thornton 2; Miss 
Patt 1-4. 3rd Primary Drawing, Miss Thornton. 1-3. 

Vocal Music. — 1st Vocal Music, Miss kMenwall 1; Mr. 
Hays 3. 2nd Vocal Music, Miss Dickey 1 ; Miss Stenwall 
3; Mr. Hays 2. 3rd Music, Mr. Fullerton 2. 4th Music, 
(a) History (Monday, Wednesday) Miss Childs; (b) 
Sight singing (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday), Miss Sten- 
wall 4. 5th Music, (a) Ear Training (Monday, Wednes- 



42 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

day), Mr. Fullerton; (b) Harmony (Tuesday, Thursday), 
Mr. Merrill; (c) Conducting (Friday), Mr. Fullerton 1. 
6th Music, (a) Methods (Morday, Wednesday), Mr. Ful- 
lerton and Miss Dickey; (b) Harmony (Tuesday, Friday), 
Mr. Merrill; (c) History (Thursday), Miss Childs 4. 9th 
Music, (a) Harmony (Monday, Thursday), Mr. Merrill; 
(b) Supervision (Tuesday, Wednesday), Mr. Fullerton 
and Miss Dickey; (c) Theory (Friday), Mr. Fullerton 4. 
Practis Teaching for Music Students, Miss Dickey 3; Miss 
Stenwall 2. 

Physical Education. — Physiology of Exercise, Mr. 
Seymour 3. Advanced Hygiene, Mr. Seymour 4. History 
of Physical Education, Mr. Seymour 5. 3rd Primary 
Physical Training, 3-5. 

The Manual Arts. — Organization and Economics of 
Manual Training, Mr. Bailey 4. 1st Bench Work, Mr. 
Bailey 2. Advanced Bench Work, Mr. Brown 4-5. 1st 
Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Brown 3. Advanced Mechan- 
ical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 5. Sheet Metal Work, Mr. 
Bailey 3. Woodturning, Mr. Brown 4. Elementary Hand- 
work, Mr. Brown 1. Primary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 
3-5. 3rd Sewing, Mrs. McMahon 2. 

Home Economics. — Domestic Science. (1) 1st Year 
Training Class. Foods: Composition and Dietary Uses, 
Miss Townsend (Monday, Wednesday) 1:30 to 2:25. Cook- 
ery, Miss Townsend (Monday, Wednesday) 2:25 to 5:00. 
Waitress Work, Miss Townsend (Tuesday, Thursday, 
Friday) 11:15 to 12:10. Methods in Domestic Science, 
Miss Townsend (Wednesday) 11:15 to 12:10. (2) 2nd 
Year Training Class. Cookery, Miss Townsend (Tues- 
day) 3:30 to 5:00. Practis Teaching in Cookery (Tues- 
day, Thursday) 1:00 to 3:15. 



County and State Certificate Courses. 

Professional Instruction in Education. — 1st Psychol- 
ogy, Mr. Samson 3. 2nd Psychology, Mr. Samson 5. 
School Management, Mr. Colgrove 2-3; Mr. Dick 1-4. 
History of Education, Mr. Walters, 1-3. Principles of 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 43 

Education, Mr. Dick 3. Methods, Miss Buck 3-5. Didac- 
tics. Miss Buck 2-4. 

English Language and Literature. — Rhetoric, Mr. 
Lynch 2-5; Mr. (Jist 1. American Literature, Miss Gregg 
5. 1st English Classics, Miss Oliver 4. 2nd English 
Classics, Miss Hearst 5. Complete English Composition, 
Miss Lodge 2. Complete English Grammar, Miss Gregg 
2-3-4. 1st half English Composition, Miss Baker 2. 2nd 
half English Composition, Miss Lodge 4. 1st 
half English Grammar, Miss Hearst 2-4. 2nd half Eng- 
lish Grammar, Miss Baker 3-5. Orthography, Miss 
Oliver 1-2. 

Elocution and Public Speaking. — Elocution, Miss 
Falkler 1-3-4. Reading, Miss Falkler 2. 

Latin and Greek. — Latin. 1st Caesar, Miss Call 1. 
2nd Cicero, Miss Call 3. 

Geometry and Surveying. — Middle Geometry, Mr. 
Wright 2. Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 5. 

Mathematics. — 1st Algebra, Miss Seals 2. 2nd Al- 
gebra, Miss Lambert 5. 3rd Algebra, Miss Seals 4-5. Two 
term Algebra, Miss Seals 3. Complete Arithmetic, Mr. 
Cory 1 ; Miss Lambert 2. 1st half Arithmetic, Miss Lam- 
bert 3-4. 2nd half Arithmetic, Mr. Cory 3-4. Teachers' 
Arithmetic, Mr. Cory 2. 

Physics. — 1st Physics, Mr. Hersey 2-3. 2nd Physics, 

Mr. Hersey 5; 1. 3rd Physics, 

3-5. 

Natural Science. — General Botany, Mr. Newton 1-2. 
Physiology, Mr. Newton 4. Physiography, Mr. Cable 2-5. 
Complete Geography, Mr. Cable 3. 1st half Geography, 
Miss Aitchison 4. 2nd half Geography, Miss Aitchison 1. 

History.— 1st General History, Miss Rice 4. 2nd Gen- 
eral History, Miss Riggs 3. Complete U. S. History, Miss 
Riggs 4. 1st half U. S. History, Miss Rice 3; Mr. Peter- 
son 5. 2nd half U. S. History, Miss Rice 1. 

Economics. — Economics, Mr. McKitrick 1. Element- 
ary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 4; Mr. Peterson 3. 



44 iDWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Government. — Iowa and U. S. Civics (Review), Mr. 
Meverholz 1. Iowa History and Civics, Mr. Peterson 1. 
U. S. Civics, Mr. Peterson *2. 

Art. — 1st Drawing, Miss Patt 2. 2nd Drawing, Miss 
Thornton 2; Miss Patt 1-4. 

Commercial Education. — 1st Penmanship, Mr. Cum- 
mins 1-3. Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 1st 
Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 2. 2nd Bookkeeping, Mr. 
Cummins 1. 3rd Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 3. 

Vocal Music. — 1st Vocal Music, Miss Stenwall 1; Mr. 
Havs 3. 2nd Vocal Music, Miss Dickey 1; Miss Stenwall 
3; Mr. Hays 2. 

Home Economics. — Domestic Science. 1st Cookery, 
Miss Townsend (Tuesday, Thursday), 1:00 to 3:15. 



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COURSES OF STUDIES 

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PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS 

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1911-1912 



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COURSES OF STUDY 

AND 

PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS 

FOR SCHOOL YEAR 1911-1912. 



NOTE: The spelling used in this Bulletin conforms to that au- 
thorized by the Simplified Spelling Board, and exhibits the little modifi- 
cations that the shortend new forms make in the appearance of the 
printed page. 






CALENDAR FOR YEAR 1911-1912. 



Fall term opens Tuesday, September 5, 1911. 
Winter term opens Tuesday, December 5, 1911. 
Spring term opens Tuesday, March 19, 1912. 
Summer term opens Saturday, June 15, 1912. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD 

James H. Trewin, Cedar Rapids, President. 
D. A. Emery, Des Moines, Secretary. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 

P. K. Holbrook, Onawa. ) 

C.R. Brenton, Dallas Center. fTerm expires July 1, 1913. 

D. D. Murphy, Elkader. ) 

James H. Trewin, Cedar Rapids. ^ 

Roger Leavitt, Cedar Falls. [ Term expires July 1, 

E. P. Schoentgen, Council Bluffs. ) 1915. 

A. B. Funk, Spirit Lake. } 

George T. Baker, Davenport. f Term expires July 1, 1917. 

T. D. Foster, Ottumwa. ) 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Offis, Des Moines. 

W. R. Boyd, Cedar Rapids, Chairman. 
D. A. Emery, Des Moines, Secretary. 
Thomas Lambert, Sabula. 

FACULTY COMMITTEE 

James H. Trewin, A. B. Funk, D. D. Murphy. 

BILDING COMMITTEE 

P. K. Holbrook, E. P. Schoentgen, George T. Baker. 

BUSINESS COMMITTEE 

T. D. Foster, C. R. Brenton, Roger Leavitt. 

INSPECTOR OF HIGH SCHOOLS 

Forest C. Ensign, M. Di., 1895, I. S. T. C; Ph. B., 1897; M. 
A., 1900, Iowa, Iowa City. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



FACULTY— COLLEGE YEAR, 1911—1912. 

Note — Each department is arranged as to seniority of entering 
the faculty, excepting the Hed Professor. 
HOMEE H. SEERLEY, B. Ph., 1873; B. Di., 1875; M. A.,1876, 

Iowa; LL. D., 1898, Penn; LL. D., 1901, Iowa. President, 

1886. 

CLASSIFICATION AS TO DEPARTMENTS. 



PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION IN EDUCATION. 
CHAUNCEY P. COLGROVE, B. A., 1881; M. A., 1884; D. Sc, 
1908, Upper Iowa; M. A., 1896, Chicago. Professor and Hed 
of the Department, Acting President in case of the absence or 
disability of the President, 1896. 
ANNA E. McGOVERN, B. Di., 1879 ; B. S., 1880, I. S .T. C. 
Professor of Primary Instruction, 1880. 

HOMER H. SEERLEY, B. Ph., 1873; B. Di., 1875; M. A., 1876, 

Iowa; LL. D., 1898, Penn; LL. D., 1901, Iowa. Professor, 

1886. 
GEORGE W. SAMSON, B. S., 1878; M. S., 1881, Simpson. 

Professor of Psychology, 1894. 
G. W. WALTERS, B. S., 1879; M. S., 1882, Iowa Wesleyan. 

Professor of History of Education, Philosophy of Education, 

1895. 

EDITH C. BUCK, B. A., 1882; M. A., 1885, Grinnell College. 
Professor of Elementary Instruction, 1896. 

GEORGE S. DICK, B. Di., 1887; B. S., 1888, I. S. T. C; B. Ph., 
1897, Cornell College. Professor, 1906. Registrar and Exam- 
iner, 1911. 

GEORGE H. MOUNT, B. A., 1903, Parsons; M. Di., 1905, I. S. 
T. 0. : M. A., 1908; Ph. D., 1910, Iowa. Professor, 1911. 

TRAINING IN TEACHING. 
WILMR II. BENDER, B. Di., 1886; M. Di., 1890, I. S. T. C; 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 5 

B. Ph., 1895, Iowa. Director of the Department, Supervisor 
of Training, 189?. 

BRUCE FRANCIS, M. Di., 1891, I. S. T. C.; Ph. B., 1896, Iowa. 

Assistant Director, 1911. 
FLORENCE E. WARD, Graduate Chicago Kindergarten College, 

1903. Supervisor of Kindergarten Training, 1906. 

MATTIE LOUISE HATCHER, Ph. B., Ed. B., 1909, Chicago. 
Supervisor of Primary Training, 1909. 
Critic Teachers — 

ELIZABETH HUGHES, B. Ph., 1886, Eastern Iowa Normal 
School; M. Di., 1889; B. A., 1908, I. S. T. C. Geography and 
History, Grammar and Secondary Grades, 1898. 

IDA FESENBECK,B. Di, 1893; M. Di, 1894, I. S. T. C; B. A, 
1900, Iowa; Student Radcliffe College (Harvard), 1900—01. 
Reading, Literature and German, Grammar and Secondary 
Grades, 1901. 

EVA LUSE, B. Di, 1901; M. Di, 1904, I. S. T. C; B. A, 1906; 
M. A, 1910, Iowa. Language, Composition and Latin, Gram- 
mar and Secondary Grades, 1906. 

MAE CRESSWELL, B. Di, 1902; B. A, 1908, I. S. T. C. Math- 
ematics and Science, Grammar and Secondary Grades, 1908. 

RUTH E. DOWDELL, Graduate Chicago Kindergarten College, 

1908. Kindergarten, 1909. 

ALICE GORDON, B. Di, 1906 ; M. Di, 1908, I. S. T. C. Primary 
Grades, 1906. 

GERTRUDE DANDLIKER, Graduate Normal Department, Art 
Institute of Chicago, 1906. Drawing and Manual Training, 
1909. 

FLOE E. CORRELL, B. Di, 1904; M. Di, 1905, I. S. T. C; B. A, 

1909, Iowa. Preliminary Year, 1909. 

AMY E. WEARNE, Graduate Stout Training School. Home 
Economics, 1911. 

LULU M. STEVENS, Graduate Chicago Conservatory of Music. 
Music, 1911. 

Critic Teachers in Training — 

EMMA GAMBLE, Primary Teacher Diploma, 1910, I. S. T. C. 
Primary Grades, 1910. 

EVA FALLGATTER, Primary Teacher Diploma, 1911, I. S. T. 

C. Primary Grades, 1910. 



6 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

ALICE GRIER, B. Di., 1910, I. S. T. C. Grammar Grades, 1910. 

KATHERINE NENNO, B. Di., 1910, I. S. T C. Grammar 
Grades, 1910. 

GLEE MAECK, B. Di., 1909; M. Di., 1910, I. S. T. C. Grammar 
Grades, 1910—1911. 

HANNAH GOSTRUP, B. Di., 1910, I. S. T. C. Grammar Grades, 

Fall Term, 1910. 
MARY BARNUM. Grammar Grades, 1910. 
GRACE McINTOSH, B. Di., 1907, I. S. T. C. Grammar Grades, 

November 30, 1910. 
^CHRISTINE THOENE, B. Di., 1902; M. Di., 1910, I. S. T. C. 

Grammar Grades, 1909. 
GRACE AITCHISON, M. Di., 1909, I. S. T. C. Grammar Grades, 

1911. 
MARGUERITE CADWALLADER, M. Di., 1911, I. S. T. C. 

Grammar Grades, 1911. 

ENGLISH. 

SAMUEL A. LYNCH, B. L., 1892; B. P., 1892, Missouri; M. A., 
1900, Chicago. Professor and Hed of the Department, 1909. 

Professors — 

W. W. GIST, B. A., 1872; M. A., 1875; D. D., 1893, Ohio. Pro- 
fessor of English Language, 1900. 

BERTHA MARTIN, Graduate Columbia College of Expression. 

Professor of Elocution and Dramatic Art, 1905. 
JENNETTE CARPENTER, B. A., 1885; M. A., 1888, Cornell 

College. Graduate Student University of Chicago, 1893-94; 

Harvard Summer School, 1902-03; University of Berlin, 1910- 

11. Professor of Rhetoric and Literature, 1899. 

LILLIAN V. LAMBERT, S. B., 1889; A. M., 1899, Penn College; 
Ph. B., 1895; Ph. M., 1906, Chicago; Graduate Work at Ox- 
ford, England, 1905; Graduate Work in English, Bryn Mawr, 
L906-07. Professor of Rhetoric and Literature, 1907. 

JOHN BARNES, A. B., 1904; A. M., 1905, Northwestern Univer- 
sity; Graduate Cumnock School of Oratory, 1905. Professor 
of Public Speaking, 1910. 
A ssistant Professors — 

EVA I,. GREGG, IV A.. 1910, T. S. T. C. English Grammar, 1895. 
*ResigndjJuM (>, 1911. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 7 

MARGARET E. OLIVER, B. A.. L885; M. A., 1888, Monmouth 
College; Graduate Columbia College of Expression, 1901. Or- 
thography and English Classics, 1901. 

MARY F. HEARST, B. Di., 1883 ; M. Di., 1892, I. S. T. C. ; B. Ph., 
1899; M. A., 1904, Iowa. English Grammar and English 
Classics, 1899. 

LAURA FALKLER, Graduate Kansas City School of Oratory, 

1895. Elocution, 1896. 

/ nstructors — 
MABEL J. LODGE, A. B., 1908, Chicago. English Composition 

and Rhetoric, 1909. 
CLARA H. BAKER, B. A., 1900, Cornell College; M. A., 1910, 

Iowa. Substitute Instructor, Fall Term, 1910. 

MRS. THEODORA C. B. DEAN, Graduate Columbia College of 
Expression, 1895. Elocution, Winter Term, 1910-11. 

MARGARET WEIRICK, Ph. B., 1910, Chicago. Substitute In- 
structor, Winter. and Spring Terms, 1910-11. 

LATIN AND GREEK. 

FRANK IVAN MERCHANT, A. B., 1880, Shurtleff College; 
M. A., Ph. D., 1890, University of Berlin. Hed of the De- 
partment and Professor of Latin, 1907. 

MYRA E. CALL, B. A., 1885; M. A., 1888, Iowa. Professor of 
Greek and Secondary Latin, 1895. 

GERMAN AND FRENCH. 

JOHN B. KNOEPFLER, Hed of Department and Professor, 1900. 

CHARLOTTE M. LORENZ, B. A, 1902; M. A., 1904, Iowa. In- 
structor in German, 1908. 

MATHEMATICS. 

IRA S. CONDIT, B. A., 1886; M. A., 1889, Parsons College; Grad- 
uate Student, University of Chicago, Summer Sessions, 1906, 
1908 and 1909. Hed of the Department and Professor, 1898. 

D. SANDS WRIGHT, M. A, 1887, Penn College. Professor, 1876. 

CHARLES S. CORY, M. Di., I. S. T. C, 1900; B. S., 1902, Iowa. 
Professor, 1907. Examiner of High School Records, 1909-11. 
Assistant Professors — 

*LAURA S. SEALS, B. S. D., Kirksville State Normal School, 

Missouri. 1898. 



8 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

EMMA F. LAMBERT, B. Di v 1896; M. Di., 1897, I. S. T. C; 
B. Ph., 1904, Iowa. 1901. 

CHEMISTRY. 

*ABBOTT C. PAGE, B. Ph., 1885, Yale. Hed of Department an:' 
Professor, 1889. 

PERRY A. BOND, M. S., Iowa. Assistant Professor, 1911. 

ROBERT W. GETCHELL, B. A., I. S. T. C, 1911. Instructor, 
1909. 

GEORGE W. MUHLEMAN, B. S., 1899, Northwestern. Substi- 
tute Instructor, Winter and Spring Terms, 1910-11. 

PHYSICS. 

LOUIS BEGEMAN, B. S., 1889; M. S., 1897, Michigan; Ph. D., 
1910, University of Chicago. Professor and Hed of the De- 
partment, 1899. 

S. FREEMAN HERSEY, B. Ph., 1892, Beloit College. Professor, 
1899. 

WILLIAM H. KADESCH, B. S., 1906, Ohio Wesleyan; Ph. M., 
1910, Chicago. Assistant Professor, 1910. 

NATURAL SCIENCE. 

MELVIN F. AREY, B. A., 1867; M. A., 1870, Bowdoin. Hed of 
the Department and Professor of Structural Botany, Mineral- 
ogy and Zoology, and Curator of the Museum of Natural His- 
tory, 1890. 

GEORGE W. NEWTON, B. Di., 1882, I. S. T. C; B. A., 1887; 
M. A., 1890, Iowa; Graduate Student, Harvard, 1891. Pro- 
fessor of Biology, Physiology, Botany and Sanitation, 1896. 

EMMETT J. CABLE, B. S., 1900; M. S., 1903, Cornell College; 
Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1904. Professor of 
Geology and Geography, 1905. 

ALISON E. ATTCHISON, M. Di., 1903, I. S. T. C; B. S., 1907, 
Town. Assistant Professor of Geography, 1903. 

HISTORY. 

SABA M. RIGGS, B. Di., 1885, I. S. T. C; B. L., 1894, Michigan. 
Assistant in English, 1887-1891. Professor, 1895. 

SABA I' 1 . RICE, M. A., 1890, Coe College. Professor, 1898. 
* Granted leave of nhsvnce for the year. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 9 

GOVERNMENT. 

CHARLES H. MEYERHOLZ, M. Di., 1898, I. S. T. C.; Ph. B., 

1902 : M. A., 1903, Iowa ; A. M., 1905, Harvard; Ph. D., 1907, 
Leipsig. Professor, 1908. 

HENRY J. PETERSON, A. B., 1905, St. Olaf College; M. A., 
1907, Iowa. Graduate Student University of Chicago, 1909- 
10. Instructor, 1910. 

ECONOMICS. 

REUBEN McKITRICK, Graduate, State Normal School, Alva, 
Oklahoma, 1903; A. B., 1907, University of Oklahoma; Grad- 
uate Student, State University of Wisconsin, 1907-10. Pro- 
fessor. 1910. 

ART. 

HENRIETTA THORNTON, Student, Art Institute, Chicago; 
Academy of Fine Arts, Cincinnati; Pupil of George Smillie 
and Miss H. Revere Johnson, New York; Graduate Normal 
Art Course of Pratt Institute, 1892. Professor, 1895. 

BERTHA L. PATT, Cummings School of Art, Des Moines; Art 
Students' League; Pupil of Charles W. Hawthorne, New York. 
Professor, 1895. 

EFFIE SCHUNEMAN, Student, Pratt Institute. Instructor, 
1911. 

COMMERCIAL EDUCATION. 

HARRY C. CUMMINS, Graduate Valder Business College, 1891; 

B. Di., 1898, I. S. T. C. Professor of Penmanship and 

Bookkeeping, 1898. 
ROY Y. COFFEY, Graduate, Michigan University. Instructor in 

Stenography and Typewriting, 1911. 

MUSIC. 

C. A. FULLERTON, B. Di., 1889; M. Di., 1890, I. S. T. C; Stu- 
dent, University of Chicago, 1896-1897. Acting Director of 
the Department and Hed Professor of Public School Music 
and Director of Choral Society and of Glee Clubs, 1897. 

♦FRANCES M. DICKEY, B. Di., 1901, I. S. T. C; Student, 
Teachers College (Columbia) 1909-10. Assistant Professor of 
Vocal Music, 1907. 

*Resignd, July, 1911. 



10 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

HULDA STENWALL, Student, Oberlin Conservatory, 1902-1904. 
Assistant Professor of Vocal Music, 1908. 

*ROBERT FULLERTON, B. Di., 1894, M. Di., 1895, I. S. T. C; 
Student, Oberlin Conservatory, 1897-1899; Pupil of James 
Sauvage, New York City, 1899, Albin Reed, Boston, 1900; 
Student, The New School of Vocal Science, Chicago, 1906- 
1908; Pupil of John Dennis Mehan, New York City, Va- 
cations of 1908 and 1909. Instructor in Public School Music, 
1894-96; 1902-05. Hed Professor of Voice, 1908. 

ANNA GERTRUDE CHILDS, B. A., 1889 ; M. A., 1892, Grin- 
nell College; Pupil of George Henschel, William Shakespeare, 
and George Ferguson. Professor of Voice and History of 
Music, 1901. 

JOHN ROSS FRAMPTON, B. A., 1901; Mus. Bac, 1904; M. A., 
1906, Oberlin; Colleag American Guild of Organists, 1909. 
Hed Professor of Organ and Piano and Instructor in Harmony, 
1908. 

LOWELL E. M. WELLES, Student, Oberlin Conservatory, Sub- 
stitute Instructor of Voice, 1911 — 1912. 

ELIZABETH F. BURNEY, Teacher of Public School Music Di- 
ploma, 1909, I. S. T. C. Instructor in Voice, 1909-11. 

KATE KENNY, Mus. Bac, 1909, Oberlin. Instructor on Piano.- 
1910-1911. 

W. E. HAYS, Instructor in Public School Music, 1909-1911. 

GLEE MAECK, B. Di., 1909 ; M. Di., 1910, I. S. T. C. Instructor 
in Piano, 1911. 

VIOLIN AND OTHER ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS. 

WINFRED MERRILL, Berlin: Violin, Professor Dr. Joseph 
Joachim and Professor Andreas Moser; Theorv, Bernhard 
Ziehn. Professor, 1903. 

ADOLPH KRAMER, Instructor. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 

R. F. SUYMOUR, B. P. E., 1907, Y. M. C. A. Training School, 
Springfield, Mass. Hed of 1 ho Department and Physical 
Director, 1906. 

JAMES OWEN PERRINE, B. A., 1909, Iowa. Instructor, Jan- 
uary, 1911, to June, 1911. 

^Granted leave of absence for the year. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 11 

MARGUERITE M. KUSSEY, Graduate Boston Normal School 
of Gymnastics, 1908. Assistant Physical Director, 1910. 

EUMBERT F. PASINI, B. P. E., 1911, Y. M. C. A. Training 
Srliool, Springfield, Mass. Instructor, 1911. 

HELEN UUTH HALLINGBY, Director of Physical Training 
Diploma, 1909, I. S. T. C. Instructor, 1910. 

IfARY EVELYN SAMSON, A. B., 1909, Simpson College; Phys- 
ical Training Director Diploma, 1910, I. S. T. C. Floor In- 
structor, 1910. 

A. G. EEID, Substitute Instructor, Fall Term, 1910. 

♦CLAYTON B. SIMMONS, B. A., 1904, Colgate; Director of 
Physical Training Diploma, 1907, I. S. T. C. Physical Di- 
rector and Professor, 1906. 

*Re$ignd, September 15, 1910. 

MANUAL ARTS. 
CHARLES H. BAILEY, B. S. in C. E., 1895, Iowa; Manual 
Training Diploma, 1903, Teachers College (Columbia) ; B. S., 
1903, Columbia. Hed of the Department and Professor, 1905. 

MRS. ALMA L. McMAHON, Graduate, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 
Normal School, 1886; B. Ph., 1902, Wisconsin; Domestic 
Science Teacher Diploma, 1904, Stout Institute. Instructor, 
1904. 

I LARK H. BROWN, Director of Manual Training Diploma, 1908, 
I. S. T. C. Instructor, 1906. 

HOME ECONOMICS. 

MARY L. TOWNSEND, M. Di., 1899, I. S. T. C; B. A., Welles- 
lev College, 1896 : Graduate Domestic Science Course, Drexel 
Institute, 1901. Professor, 1907. 

ALICE MARGARET HEINZ, Teacher of Domestic Science Di- 
ploma, 1909, I. S. T. C. Instructor, 1910. 

STUDENT ASSISTANTS, 1910-1911. 
HELEN KATZ, B. Di., 1909, I. S. T. C. Violin, Fall Term. 
BRUCE B. LYBARGER, Violin. 

TIKXRY C. BEINKE, Violin, Winter and Spring Terms. 
BRIAN C. CONDIT, Violin. 
E. LAURA MUHS, Piano. 
MARGUERITE BENNETT, Piano. 
MYRTLE ARNOLD, Chemistry, Fall Term. 
RALPH DIEHL, Chemistry Laboratory, Fall Term. 



12 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

FRED VORHIES, Physics Laboratory, Winter and Spring Terms. 
ALIDA CHASE, Drawing, Winter and Spring Terms. 
PLEATUS BURGESS, Drawing, Winter and Spring Terms. 
MAYME STRASSER, Penmanship, Winter and Spring Terms. 

OTHER OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION. 

JAMES E. ROBINSON, Superintendent of Construction and of 
Bildings and Grounds, 1901. 

MRS. MARION McFARLAND WALKER, B. L., Ferry Hall, 
Lake Forest, 1880; Professor of Applied English, I. S. T. C, 
1890-97; Substitute Instructor in English, 1907-08. Dean of 
Women, 1908. Lecturer on Social Ethics and Faculty Visitor. 

LILIAN G. GOODWIN, Secretary of the College, 1909. 

GEORGE S. DICK, B. Di., 1897, B. S., 1888, I. S. T. C; B. Ph., 
1897, Cornell. Registrar and Examiner, 1911. 

MRS. ANNIE M. POTTER, Matron of Hospital and Hed Nurse, 
1909. 

LIBRARY. 

*ELLEN D. BISCOE, Graduate New York State Library School, 
1896. Librarian, 1907. 

MARY DUNHAM, B. A., 1898, Indiana. Librarian, January, 1911. 

ETHEL L. AREY, B. Di., 1893; M. Di., 1895, I. S. T. C. Loan 
Desk Attendant, 1896. 

MATTIE FARGO, B. L. S., 1906, Illinois State Library School. 
Cataloger and Shelf-lister, 1906. 

IYA M. HUNTLEY, M. Di., 1907, I. S. T. C. Assistant Cat- 
aloger and Accession Clerk, 1907. 

**MABEL E. MASTAIN, M. Di., 1908, I. S. T. C. Assistant, 
1908. 

RACHEL HAIGHT, Graduate Drexel Institute, 1911. Reference 

Assistant, May, 1911. 
BERTHA L. SHARP, Student, University of Illinois Library 

School. Assistant, 1911. 

PRESIDENT'S OFFIS. 

ANNA R. WILD, Secretary, 1896. 
LILIAN G. GOODWIN, Secretary, 1898. 

*Resignd, November 9, 1910. 
**Resignd, October 8, 1910. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 13 

MILLICENT WARRINER, Stenograher, 1900. 
L. BEATRICE WILBUR, Record Clerk, 1906. 
EVELYN V. MORTON, Stenographer, 1910. 
HAZEL E. BROWN, Stenographer, 1910. 
EMMA DEINES, Clerk, 1910. 

FACULTY COMMITTEES, 1911-1912. 

I. — Examining Committees. — Opening Days of Terms. 

1. High School Graduate Examiner — C. S. Cory. 

2. Teachers' Certificate Examiner — H. H. Seerley, Anna R. Wild. 

3. Unclassified Student Examiner — G. S. Dick. » 

II. — Executiv Committees. 

1. Reclassification of and Advisor of College Course Students— 
Hed of the Department with which the major is taken. 

2. Reclassification and Advisor of all other Students — The Pres- 

ident and The Registrar. 

3. Literary Societies — The English Department. 

4. Oratorical Association Representativs, Appointed by the Asso- 

ciations — John Barnes, S. A. Lynch, Bertha Martin, Ira S. 
Condit. 

5. Debating Leag Representativs, Appointed by the Leag — John 

Barnes, S. A. Lynch, Reuben McKitrick, Charles H. Meyer- 
holz. 

6. Athletic Board— C. H. Bailey, C. S. Cory, E. J. Cable, Charles 

H. Meyerholz, R. F. Seymoud, Humbert F. Pasini, and Stu- 
dent Representativs appointed by the men students. 

7. College Graduate Courses — C. P. Colgrove. 

8. Lecture Course — Charles H. Meyerholz, Frank Ivan Merchant, 

Louis Begeman. 

9. Musical Festival — S. A. Lynch, George S. Dick, Reuben McKit- 

rick, Lillian V. Lambert, Myra E. Call, C. A. Fullerton, John 
Ross Frampton, B. W. Merrill, Anna Gertrude Childs. 

10. Disciplin and Work of Students in Teams of all Kinds — H. H. 
Seerley, R. F. Seymour, S. A. Lynch, Ira S. Condit, Sara M. 
Riggs, G. W. Samson, S. F. Hersey. 

11. Credits Accepted from Other Educational Institutions — D. S. 
Wright, G. W. Newton, W. W. Gist, Louis Begeman, Sara F. 
Rice, Myra E. Call, G. W. Walters. 

12. Viseing Committee on Scheduling of Students — G. W. Walters, 
G. W. Newton, Sara F. Rice. 



14 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

13. Golf House and Grounds — J. B. Knoepfler, C. S. Cory, A. C. 
Page. 

14. Museum — M. F. Arey, G. W. Newton, G. W. Walters. 

III. — General Committees. 

1. Committee on Students applying for College work when they 

have entrance deficiences — Ira S. Condit, W. W. Gist, Sara F. 
Eice, Louis Begeman, E. J. Cable. 

2. Advisory Committee to College Examiner on Students coming 
from non-accredited high schools — J. B. Knoepfler, Frank 
Ivan Merchant, Henrietta Thornton, Sara M. Riggs, Charles 
S. Cory. 

3. Advisory Committee to Dean of Women — Sara F. Rice, Lillian 

V. Lambert, Bertha L. Patt, George S. Dick, Ira S. Condit. 

4. Hospital Committee — Dean of Women, Matron and Hed Nurse, 

Secretary of the College. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 
THE COURSE OF STUDY 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION. 

Applicants for unconditional admission to the College Course, 
hereafter printed in detail, must be at least sixteen years of age and 
must present satisfactory records from accredited secondary schools 
showing a total of fifteen units of work in accordance with the 
standards approved by the Iowa State Board of Education, as fully 
set out in detail in Bulletin No. 1 of the Board on Secondary School 
Relations. The term unit as here used signifies a year's work where 
the class hours are forty-five minutes, the number of class hours per 
week being not less than five. 



Units 
2 
3 

ll/o 

1 
1 





I. CONSTANTS 


Groups 
1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 


of Subjects — 
One Foren Language 
English 
Algebra 

Plane Geometry 
History 
Electivs 




Total 




II. ELECTIVS. 



15 



In selecting the units that are known as electivs in the above re- 
quirement, the total that may be accepted for any one group always 
includes those units required for constants. The maximum number 
of units that may be offerd on certificate from an accredited high 
school are as follows : 
Groups of Subjects — Units 

1 . Foren Language — 4 

(1) Greek 2 to 4 

(2) Latin 2 to 4 

(3) French 2 to 4 

(4) Spanish 2 to 4 

(5) German 2 to 4 

2. English 4 



16 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

3. History, Civics and Economics 



(1) Ancient History 


y 2 to 1 




(2) Medieval and Modern 






History 


V 2 to 1 




(3) Civil Government 


y 2 to i 




(4) Economics 


y 2 




(5) General History in place 


i 




of (1) and (2) 


i 




(6) IT. S. History— 3rd and 






4th years 


y 2 to i 




(7) English History 


y 2 to i 




4. Mathematics 




4 


(1) Solid Geometry 


% 




(2) Plane Trigonometry 


% 




(3) Advanced Algebra 


% 




5. Science 




4y 2 


Physics 


i 




Chemistry 


i 




Physiography 


y 2 to i 




Botany 


% to i 




Zoology 


y 2 to i 




Physiology 


y 2 




Geology 


y 2 




Astronomy 


% 




Agriculture 


y 2 to i 




6. Commercial Subjects 




2 


Adv. Arithmetic (after Algebra) y 2 




Bookkeeping 


y 2 to i 




Commercial Geography 


% 




Commercial Law 


y 2 




Industrial History 


y 2 




7. Industrial Subjects 




2 


Freehand and Mechanical 






Drawing 


y 2 to i 




Manual Training — i. e. Shop 






Work 


y 2 to 2 




Domestic Science 


y 2 to i 




Stenography 


y 2 to i 




Credil is tioi given I'm- English grammar or United States history, 


unless taken in fche latter pari, of the course, nor for 


arithmetic unless 


taken after algebra. 







IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 



17 



OUTLINE OF THE COLLEGE COURSE GIVING DISTRI 

BUTION OF WORK AND DIRECTIONS CONCERNING 

THE OPPORTUNITIES OFFERD. 

THE COLLEGE COURSE. 

Degree : Bachelor of Arts in Education. 
First Grade State Certificate Standard. 

FRESHMAN YEAR. 

B 

1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Education I. 

SOPHOMORE YEAR 

B 

1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Education IV. 

JUNIOR YEAR. 
B 



A 

1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Rhetoric. 



1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Education III. 



C 

1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Education II. 



C 

1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Electiv. 



1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Electiv. 



1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Education V. 



C 

1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Education VI. 

or VII. 



SENIOR YEAR. 



B 

1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Prac. Teaching. 



C 

1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Electiv. 



1. Electiv. 

2. Electiv. 

3. Prac. Teaching. 

Majors. — It is necessary for the student who takes the College 
Course to select one major study with some one department at the 
close of the Freshman year. A major consists of at least two full 
years of work, thus covering six term credits. After the major is 
decided the student is under the direction of the department in 
which the major belongs, and the Hed of the Department becomes 
his adviser during the rest of his course. The different majors 
that are offerd are in the following lines. 

1. English and Public Speaking. 

2. Mathematics. 



18 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

3. Mathematics and Physics. 

4. History, Government, and Economics. 

5. Latin. 

6. German. 

7. Greek. 

8. Physical Science. 

9. Natural Science. 

10. General Science. 

11. Home Economics. 

12. Drawing. 

13. Physical Education. 

14. Manual Training. 

15. Any other arrangement approved by the Faculty. 

DISTRIBUTION OF CREDITS IN THE COLLEGE COURSE. 

The following outline gives the distribution of studies that is 
required for graduation from the college course, each credit being 
12 weeks of 5 lessons a week. 

I. English Courses Number of Credits 

1. English 12 

2. Foren Language 3 

3. History, Government and Economics 3 

4. Science and Mathematics 3 

5. Professional 8 

6. Electiv 7 



Total 36 

7. Other work required. 

(a) Vocal Music— one term. 

(b) Electiv Work from Home Economics, Drawing, 
Commercial Studies or Manual Training — two terms. 

(c) Physical Training — two years. 

(d) Literary Society Work — four years. 

II. Foren Language Courses 



1. 


Foren Language 


12 


2. 


English 


3 


'\. 


History, Government and Economics 


3 


4. 


Science and Mathematics 


3 


5. 


Professional 


8 


(;. 


Electh 


7 



Total 3G 

7. Same as in English Courses. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 19 

III. History, Go re rum cut and Economics Courses. 

1. History, Government and Economics 12 

2. English 3 

3. Science and Mathematics 3 

4. Foren Language 3 

5. Professional 8 

6. Electiv 7 



IV. 



Total 


36 


7. Same as in English Courses. 




Science and Mathematics Courses. 




1. Science and Mathematics 


15 


2. English 


3 


3. Foren Language 


3 


4. History, Government and Economics 


3 


5. Professional 


8 


G. Electiv 


4 



Total 36 

7. Same as in English Courses 

V. Home Economics, Drawing, Physical Education and Man- 



Training Courses. 

1. Home Economics, etc. 


9 


2. English 

3. Foren Language 

4. History, Government and Economics 


3 
3 
3 


5. Science and Mathematics 


6 


6. Professional 


8 


7. Electiv 


7 



Total 39 

8. Other work required. 

(a) Vocal Music — one term. 

(b) Physical Training — two years. 

(c) Literary Society Work — four years. 



OTHER PRIVILEGES ALLOWD IN ALL COURSES. 
In addition to the required work necessary for graduation from 
the College Course as above specified, students are allowd to pursue 
work in vocal music, instrumental music, drawing, manual training, 
sewing, cooking, penmanship or other art subjects, provided not 
more than a total of four hours of work a day are thus scheduled. 



20 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

These subjects are of such importance in public school work that 
this liberal plan has been adopted, it being recognized that a knowl- 
edge of these subjects greatly increases the opportunities of a 
teacher both as to location and as to superior salary. 

DEPARTMENT SUBJECTS IN THE COLLEGE COURSE. 

This tabular arrangement gives the entire program of studies 
with the nomenclature adopted by the Faculty for the College 
Course. 

The numbers by which the courses in the different departments 
are to be designated are given below : 



•ofessional 
Required 


Work- 






I. 


First Term Psychology. 






II. 


Second Term Psychology. 






III. 


School Management. 






IV. 


History of Education. 






V. 


Philosophy of Education. 






VI. 


American Education, or VII. 
chology. 


Experimental 


Psy 


XI.- 


-XII. Practis Teaching. 






Electiv Courses — 







VIII. School Supervision. 

IX. Educational Classics. 

X. Lecture Course on Genetic, Social and Sex Psychol- 

ogy, 3 hours, % credit. 
XIII. Practis Teaching. 



English. 






(a) 


Language and Literature — 




I. 


Rhetoric. 




II. 


English Literature. 




III. 


Shakespeare. 




IV. 


Epic Poetry in English. 




V. 


The English Romantic Movement. 




VJ. 


The Development of the English Drama. 




V 1 I . 


The History of the English Language and Anglo 
Saxon. 




VIII. 


Anglo Saxon and Middle English. 




IX. 


Literary Criticism. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 21 

X. The I >i'\« , l«)pment of the English Novel. 

XI. English of the Nineteenth Century. 

XII. Theme Writing and Story Telling. 

XIII. Teaching English. 

X I \ . American Literature. 

(b) Elocution and Public Speaking — 
X V. Elocution I. 

XVI. Elocution II. 

XVII. Applied Drama. 

XVIII.— XIX.— XX. Repertoire I., II., III. 

XXI. Principles of Expression. 

XXII. Public Speaking I. 

XXIII. Public Speaking II. 

XXIV. Argumentation. 
Latin and Greek. 

Latin — 

I. Cicero, Cato Major. 
II. Livy. 

III. Horace, Epodes and Odes. 
IV. — V. — VI. Latin Composition. 
VII.— VIII.— IX. Eoman Literature. 

X. — XL — XII. Historical Latin Grammar. 
XIII.— XIV.— XV. Senior Electiv. 
XVI.— XVII.— XVIII. Elementary Latin for High 
School Graduates. 

Note. Only Courses I. — XV. can be counted as part of a Latin 
Major. 

Greek — 

I. — II. Lessons. 
III.— IV.— V. Anabasis. 
VI. Plato. 

VII.— VIII.— IX. Homer. 
German and French. 

German — 

I. — II. Lessons — Grammar. 

III. Immensee and Hoeher als die Kirche. 

IV. Die Journalisten. 
V. Wilhelm Tell. 

VI. German Prose Composition. 



22 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

VII. Emilia Galotti and Lyrics and Ballads. 

VIII. Nathan der Weise. 

IX. Iphigenie auf Tanris and Die Brant vonMessina. 

X. German Language and Literature. 
XL Modern German Prose and Scientific German. 
XII. One or more German Classics, with composition and 
conversation thruout the year. 

French — 

I. Lessons — Grammar and Pronunciation. 
II. Lessons, with reading easy French. 
III. L'Abbe Constantin, Le Voyage de Monsieur Perri- 

chon. 
IV. — V. — VI. Novels, stories, dramas, with dictation ex- 
ercises, composition and spoken French. The reading will be se- 
lected from such texts as Hugo's Les Miserables, Feuillet's Jeune 
Homme Pauvre, Souvestre's Un Philosophe sous les Toits, Sand's 
La Mare au Diable, Augier's Le Gendre de M. Poirier, Loti's 
Pecheur d'Islande, Moliere's comedies, and Erckmann-Chatrian's 
historical novels. 
Mathematics. 

I. Solid Geometry. 

II. College Algebra. 

III. Plane Trigonometry. 

IV. Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying. 
V. History and Teaching of Mathematics. 

VI. Analytical Geometry. 
VII. Differential Calculus. 
VITI. Integral Calculus. 

Chemistry. 

I. II. General Inorganic. 

I I I. IV. Qualitativ Analysis. 
V. VI. Quantitativ Analysis. 

VII. Special Methods in Quantitativ Analysis. 
VIII. IX. Household Chemistry. 
X. Food Analysis. 

Physics. 

I. Mechanics of Solids and Fluids. 

f I. Sound and Light. 

Iir. Ileal, Electricity, and Magnetism. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 23 



IV. Teachers' Special Course. 
V. Adv. Laboratory Work in General Physics. 
VI. Adv. Laboratory Work in Electricity. 



Natural Science. 


I. 


Physiology I. 


II. 


Botany I. 


III. 


Hygiene and Sanitation. 


IV.- 


— V. Zoology I. and II. 


VI. 


Physiography I. 


VII.- 


-VIII. Geology I. and II. 


IX. 


Mineralogy. 


X. 


Astronomy. 


XL 


Commercial Geography of North America. 


XII 


Commercial Geography of Europe. 


XIII. 


Influences of Geography upon American History. 


Maj< 


)r — 




Zoology I. 




Physiography I. 




Geology I. 




Physiology I. 




Botany I. 




Hygiene and Sanitation. 


History. 




I. 


American History. 


II. 


English History. 


III. 


Greek History. 


IV. 


Eoman History. 


V. 


Medieval History. 


VI. 


Modern History, 16th — 17th Centuries. 


VII. 


Eighteenth Century History. 


VIII. 


Nineteenth Century History. 


IX. 


Method History or Teachers' History. 


Government. 


I. 


American Government. 


II.- 


—III. American Constitutional History. 


IV. 


English Government. 


V. 


Modern European Governments. 


VI. 


International Law. 


VII. 


Constitutional Law. 


VIII 


. English Constitutional History. 



24 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 



Economics. 






I. General Economics. 






II. Economic and Social Problems. 






III. American Industrial History. 






IV. English Industrial History. 






V. Money and Banking. 






VI. Industrial Corporations. 






Drawing. 






* I. — II. Cast drawing 


% 


credit each 


III. History of Architecture 


1 


j? 


IV. History of Painting 


1 


>7 


* V. Perspectiv 


% 


>> 


* VI. Still-life 


y 2 


93 


* VII— VIII. Water color 


y 2 


"■ each 


* IX. Design 


l /2 


j? 



* Manual Training, Physical Education or Home 

Economics. 3 credits 

Manual Training. 

I — II. Manual Training Methods. 

III. Organization and Economics of Manual Training. 

* IV — V — VI — VII. Mechanical Drawing y 2 credit each 

* VIII — IX — X — XL Design and Construction in 

Wood y 2 credit each 

* XII. Wood Turning i/ 2 credit 

* XIII — XIV. Design and Construction in Sheet 

Metal i/ 2 " " 

* XV. Primary Handwork % 

* XVI. Elementary Handwork U " 

Note. Courses L, II., III., VI., VII., IX., X., XII., and 
XIII. constitute a Manual Training Major. 

Home Economics. 

* I— II— III. Sewing 

* j v— V— VI— VII. Elementary Food Theory. i/ 2 

* VIII— IX. Dietetics 

* X. Demonstrations 

* XI. Principles of the Selection and Preparation of 

«?oods li/4 



Vi 


credit each 


Vz 


75 


?? 


¥2 


?? 


>> 


Vi 


?> 





IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 25 

* XII. Household Management 2-5 credits 

* XIII. Household Architecture 2-5 " 

* XIV. Methods, Home Economics 1-5 

* Manual Training, Physical Education or 

Drawing 2 " 

Note. In Manual Training, Home Economics and Drawing 
Majors here outlined the fractions given specify the particular value 
of said courses when applied to the College Course. 
Physical Education. 

I — II. Anatomy. 

* III. Hygiene. 

* IV. Theories and Systems of Physical Education. 

* V. Physical Department Methods. 

* VI. History and Literature of Physical Training. 

* VII. Anthropometry and Physical Diagnosis. 

* VIII. Physiology of Exercise. 

* IX. Medical Gymnastics and Massage. 

* jSTot accepted as general electivs on course other than those 
in which majors are chosen in Home Economics, Drawing, Physical 
Education and Manual Training. 

REQUIREMENTS IN DETAIL FOR OTHER DIPLOMAS 

THAT ARE GRANTED FOR SPECIAL STUDY 

AND TRAINING. 

Master of Didactics Diploma. — For the completion of the re- 
quirements twenty-seven college credits must be acquired by candi- 
dates, distributed as follows : English, 3 ; Foren Language, 3 ; His- 
tory, Government and Economics, 3 ; Science and Mathematics, 3 ; 
Professional, 7; Electiv, 8. Other work required is as follows: 
Vocal Music, one term ; Electiv Work from Home Economics, Draw- 
ing, Commercial Studies or Manual Training, two terms; Physical 
Training, two years; Literary Society Work, three years. This 
diploma gives the right to hold a first grade state certificate, and, 
hence, the special requirements of the state certificate are here 
provided. 

Bachelor of Didactics Diploma. — For the completion of the re- 
quirements eighteen college credits must be acquired by candidates, 
Government and Economics, 2 ; Science and Mathematics, 2 ; Pro- 
distributed as follows: English, 2; Foren Language, 2; History, 

Other required work will be : 



26 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

fessional,6; Electiv, 4. Other work required is as follows: Vocal 
Music, one term; Electiv Work from Home Economics, Drawing, 
Commercial Studies or Manual Training, two terms; Physical 
Training, two years; Literary Society Work, two years. This di- 
ploma gives the right to hold the second grade state certificate as 
all the special requirements are here provided. 

Both of these courses are adapted to the practical needs of ele- 
mentary and grade teachers as well as to those of principals of ele- 
mentary, graded and village schools. When students have com- 
pleted the two terms of practis teaching here provided and after- 
ward continue their study for the Bachelor of Arts in Education de- 
gree, an additional term of practis teaching becomes a special re- 
quirement in the final year. 

THE PROFESSIONAL COURSE OF STUDY FOR COLLEGE 

GRADUATES. 

The Iowa State Teachers College has developt professional 
courses for college graduates that deserv special recognition for 
their practical features and for their large professional 
helpfulness. College graduatees of decided success in teach- 
ing can complete one of these courses by attending three 
successiv summer terms and doing special assignd work during 
the interim. Before graduation they will need to establish proofs 
of their success being excellent and positiv. Where practis teaching 
is omitted with the consent of the department, other professional 
credits may be substituted on arrangement with the department. 
Those not having this standard of success are developt and traind 
by the Practis Teaching department, which is in activ work during 
the fall, winter and spring terms of each school year. For inex- 
perienced teachers, the regular sessions are better adapted, as the 
training schools are then regularly in session. 

I. Professional Course in Education. 

First Term. 

1. Advanced Psychology. 

2. School Management. 

3. History of Education. 

Second Term. 

1. Philosophy of Education. 

2. American Education. 
Practis Teaching. 



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Third Ton... 

1. Experimental Psychology. 

2. Educational Classics. 

3. Practis Teaching. 

College graduates who complete this course will be entitled to 
receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Education and a First 
Grade State Certificate. 

II. Professional Course with Electivs. 

1. Education 3 credits 

2. Practis Teaching 2 credits 

3. Scholastic Studies 4 credits 

Total required 9 credits 

Graduates of approved colleges can complete this course in one 
year, and will receive the diploma of Master of Didactics and a 
First Grade State Certificate, provided they meet all requirements 
demanded by the State Board of Educational Examiners. 

OBSEEVATIONS ON THESE COUESES. 

1. Some branches of the above work can be personal, individ- 
ual studies, laboratory and library in character, on lines outlined 
by the Professional department. These studies are to be 
carefully made and results submitted to the department for ex- 
amination, criticism and instruction. The library is so strong in 
Pedagogy that this work is of great and lasting professional value. 

2. For entrance upon this course a complete detail of all 
work taken at the college must be filed. 

3. Substitutions will be granted for efficient pedagogical 
work taken at a college with a strong professional department. 
Great liberty will be allowd to such grade of students so as to enable 
them to prepare both wisely and well for the best public servis in 
any special line of school work, but in every case a year's attendance 
at this college is required. Such students are excused from orations 
and literary society work if they apply to the Faculty for such 
release. 

4. Any college graduate interested in this course is requested 
to write for further information to the President of the Iowa State 
T achers College or to C. P. Colgrove. 



28 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

III. Professional Course as Special Teachers. 

College graduates desiring special training in such work as 
supervisors of music, physical education, manual training, home 
economics, drawing, kindergarten or primary teaching, are granted 
a one year course arranged to suit their scholarship and attainments. 
When they satisfy the Faculty of their qualifications the appropriate 
diploma will be granted. 

JUNIOR COLLEGE COURSES. 

Standards Required and Honors Conferd. 

Conditions of Admission. The standards adopted by the State 
Board of Education as required for entrance upon the College 
Course are the same for the Junior College Courses except that 
graduates of four year high schools may be admitted without foren 
language credits, provided they have equivalent credits in other 
kinds of high school work.. 

The Diploma Conferd. The junior college courses each cover 
two years of strong work in scholastic, general professional and spe- 
cial professional lines. They are the equivalent in standard of special 
excellence with other college courses of similar length but they are 
organized to give special attention to some one line of deflnit train- 
ing, hence are not substitutes for the requirements of the four years 
college course. For the completion of these two years of study and 
training, a Special Teacher Diploma is awarded and a five year 
state certificate of some kind is granted. 

For the completion of an additional year of study, a Director's 
or Supervisor's Diploma is awarded as an additional recommen- 
dation of qualification and training for executiv work along these 
specialties of teaching. When a three-year course is printed, the 
third year is the supervisor's or director's course. 

In some particular departments where students complete the 
full line of special professional work required, such as music and 
art, department certificates may be obtaind by such persons as do not 
desire to complete the scholastic and the general professional work 
required for a diploma. 

In all junior college courses the electiv studies must be chosen 
from the list of branches and term's work designated as of full 
college grade. These elections must be made by consulting the heds 
of the departments involvd in order to avoid all mistakes. 



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THE ELEMENTARY TEACHERS COURSE. 







First Year. 




1. 

2 

3. 

4. 


ABC 

Education I. 1. Education II. 1. Education III. 
Rhetoric. 2. College Electiv. 2. College Electiv. 
Free Electiv. 3. Free Electiv. 3. Free Electiv. 
Vocal Music. 4. Drawing. 4. Drawing. 

Physical Training, Literary Society Work. 






Second Year. 





ABC 

1. Education IV. 1. Practis Teaching. 1. Practis Teaching. 

Z. College Electiv. :?. College Electiv. 2. College Electiv. 

3. Free Electiv. 3. Free Electiv. 3. Free Electiv. 

4. Review. 4. Review. 4. Review. 

Physical Training, Literary Society Work. 

1. The free electivs may be secondary subjects not pursued 
in high school, for en language or college subjects. These must be 
chosen in such a way that state certificate requirements are met. 

2. Three reviews must be selected from the following subjects : 
Penmanship, Physiology, U. S. History, English Grammar, Arith- 
metic, and Geography, unless the student has received satisfactory 
credits for such work in the eleventh or twelfth grades of an ac- 
credited high school aided by the State. 

THE PRIMARY TEACHERS COURSE. 



First Year. 
B 



1. Primary Methods 1 Primary Methods 

2. Psychology. 2. Elocution. 

3. Pri. Handwork. 3. Psychology. 

4. Rhetoric. 4. Vocal Music. 



]. Primary Methods 
l\ Botany. 

3. Obs. in Training 
School. 

4. Vocal Music. 
Physical Training, five hours a week. 

Literary Society Work. 



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IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Second Year. 



A B 

1. Sch. Management 1. Hist, of Educ'n 

2. Drawing. 
•' . Zoology. 



Drawing. 



I. Criticism and 
Practis. 



: ; . Eng. Literature. I 
4. Criticism and 4 
Practis. 

Literary Society Work. 



i. Kg. Theory&Ob. 

2. Drawing. 

3. Electiv. 

4. Criticism and 
Practis. 



THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS COURSE. 
First Year. 



1. Kg. Theory. 

2. Psychology. 

3. Rhetoric. 

4. Drawing. 



B 

i. Kg. Theory. 

2. Psychology. 

3. Vocal Music. 

4. Drawing. 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 



1. Kg. Practis. 

2. El. Handwork. 

3. Vocal Music. 

4. Nature Study. 



A 

!. Kg. Theory 
2. Kg. Practis. 
o. Elocution. 
\. Electiv. 



Second Year. 

B 

i. Kg. Theory. 
"•;. Kg. Practis. 
3. Hist, of Educ'n 

!. Elect iv. 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work 



C 

1. Kg. Theory. 

2. Sch. Management. 
?■. Primary Theory. 
4. Electiv. 



1. Kg. Theory. 

2. Phil, of Educ'n. 
">. Harmony. 

[. Electiv. 



Supervisor Year. 

B C 

1. Kg. Theory. 1. Psychology. 

2. Sch. Supervision. 2. Kg. Practis. 

3. Public Speaking. 3. Hist, of Painting. 
i Electiv. 4. Electiv. 

Literary Society Work. 



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THE PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHERS COURSE 



1. Psychology. 

2. Rhetoric. 

3. 3rd term Music. 
Sightsinging (3) 
Ele. Harm'y (2) 



First Year. 

B C 

Eng. Literature. 1. Nature Study 

Psychology. 2. 

4th term Music, 

Sightsinging & 

Methods (3),Hist. 

of Music (2). 3. 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



6th term Music 
Methods (1) 
Harmony (2) 
Hist, of Music (2) 
5th term Music 
Adv. Sight-sing- 
ing (2) 
Harmony (2) 
Methods (1) 



Hist, of Education. 
9th term Music. 
Supervision (2) 
Harmony (2) 
Theory of 

Music (1) 
Practis Teaching. 



Second Year. 

A B 

1. Sound. 1. History. 1. 

2. Elocution. 2. Sch. Management 2. 

3. 7th term Music 3. 8th term Music 
Hist, of Music (2) Musical Appre- 
Harmony (2) ciation (2) 
Conducting (1) Harmony (2) 

4. Observation Child Voice (1) 3. 

(half credit) 4. Prac. Teaching. 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

The figure in parenthesis indicates the number of recitation 
hours per week, when less than five hours a week are given. 
Two years of voice are required (one lesson per week.) 
One year of piano is required (one lesson per week.) 

Students completing all the music work required in the above 
eourse and the practis teaching, in addition to one term of psy- 
chology, one term of school management, one term of elocution, 
and two electivs in English, may be granted a certificate from the 
department. 



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THE DRAWING TEACHERS COURSE. 
First Year. 



Cast Drawing. 
Greek History. 
Elocution. 
Rhetoric. 



B 

1 . Cast Drawing. 
^. Medieval Hist. 
3 Psychology. 
4. Hist, of Arch. & 
Sculpture. 
Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



1. Hist, of Painting. 

2. Psychology. 

3. Phys. Sci. Elect. 

4. Electiv. 



A 

1. Still Life. 

2. Zoology. 



Second Year. 

B 

"J. Perspectiv. 
2. El. Handwork. 



1 . Supervision in Art 

2. Mathematics. 



:;. Pol. Sci. Electiv. 3. Eng. Literature. 3. Hist, of Educa'n. 
4. Sch. Management. 4. Prac. Teaching. 4. Prac. Teaching. 
Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



A 

Water Color. 
Profes'l Electiv 
Physiography. 
Literary Critic'm 



Third Year. 

B C 

1. Mech. Drawing 1. Design. 

2. Geology 2. Chemistry. 

3. Phil, of Education3. Botany. 

4. Sheet Metal W'k. 4. Electiv. 
Literary Society Work. 



THE MANUAL TRAINING TEACHERS COURSE. 



j . Rhetoric. 
l> . Psychology. 

3. Corn. Geog. of 
N. Am. 

4 1st hrawing. 



First Year. 

B 

1. College Algebra 1. 

2. Psychology. 2. 

3. Prim. Handwork 3. 

4. 2nd Drawing. 4. 

5. Mech. Drawing. 5. 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 



C 
Eng. Literature 
Sch. Managem't 
Bench Work. 
Design. 
Mech. Drawing 



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Second Year. 
B 



1. Trigonometry. 

fc. Man. Training 

Methods I. 

3. Bench Work. 

4. Sheet Metal W'k. 

5. Special Electiv. 



C 

1. XIX. Cent. Hist, 

2. Physics I. 

3. Bench Work. 

4. Mech. Drawing 
'6. Prac. Teaching. 



1. Hist, of Eduea'n 
V. Man. Training 

Methods II. 
•'). Bench Work. 

4. Ele. Handwork. 

5. Prac. Teaching 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

THE HOME ECONOMICS TEACHEBS COUESE. 

First Year. 

ABC 

1. Principles of 1. Principles of 1. Principles of 

Selection of Foods. Selection of Foods Selection of Foods 

2. Elementary Food 2. Elementary Food 2. Elementary Food 



3. 

4. 
5. 


Theory. 

Sewing. 

Inorg. Chemistry. 

Ehetoric. 


3. 
4. 
5. 


Theory. 

Sewing. 

Inorg. Chemistry. 

Sanitation. 


3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 

7. 


Theory. 

Household Manag't 
Sewing. 
Qual. Analysis 
Methods — Home 

Economics. 
Psychology. 



1. Elementary Food 

Theory. 

2. Dietetics. 

3. Household Chem. 

4. Adv. Physiology 

5. Practis Teaching 5 Practis Teaching 



Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 

Second Year. 

B 

1. Dietetics. 

2. Household Archi- 
tecture. 

3. Household Chem. 

4. Psychology. 



1. Demonstrations 

2. Food Analysis 

3. History of Educ'n. 

4. School Manag't. 

5. Practis Teaching 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



34 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS COURSE. 







First Year. 




A 

Electiv. 
Electiv. 
Rhetoric. 




B 

1. Chemistry I. 1. 

2. Elocution 2. 

3. Psychology. 3. 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 

Second Year. 


C 
Chemistry II. 
Electiv. 
Psychology. 


A 

Theories and Sys- 
tems of Phys. Ed 
Anatomy I. 
Sch. Managenvt 


B 

1. Phys. Dept. Meth's.1. 

2. Anatomy II. 

3. Hist, of Ecluc'n. 2. 

3. 


C 
Hist, and Lit. of 
Phys. Training. 
Hygiene. 

Electiv. 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



A 

Anthropom'y & 
Phys. Diagno's 
Adv. Physiology 
Electiv. 



Third Year. 

B 

Prac. Teaching 

Electiv. 

Phil, of Educ'n. 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



Physiology of 

Exercise. 
Electiv. 
Med. Gymnastics 

and Massage. 



Special Course for College Graduates. 



A 



C 



Theories and Sys- 


1. Phys. Dept. Meth's.1. 


Hist.and Lit. of PI 


tems of Phys. Ed. 


2. Anatomy II. 


Training. 


Anatomy I. 


3. Electiv. 2. 


Hygiene. 


Adv. Physiology 


4 Prac. Teaching. 3. 


Phys. of Exercise 


Anthropom'y and 


4. 


Medical Gym. & 


Phys. Diagnosis 




Massage. 



Physical Training. 



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Rhetoric. 



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2. 3rd Term Book- 
keeping 



1. Com. Corresp. 1. Eng. Composition 
£. Com. Arithmetic 2. 2nd Term Book- 

2. Adv. Penmanship keeping 
4. Am. Ind. History 3. Electiv. 3. Electiv. 

4. Psychology 4. Psychology 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 







Second Year. 




1. 

o 

s . 

r 

4. 


A 

Sch. Managem't. 
Electiv. 
Com. Geog. of 
N. America. 
Eng. Literature 


B 

I. Am. Government 
;?. Electiv. 

3. Com. Geog. of 
Europe 

4. Practis Teaching. 
Physical Training. 


C 

1. Gen. Economics 

2. Electiv. 

£ Commercial Law 
4. Practis Teaching 



Literary Society Work. 

Note. — The electiv terms work here represented are to be sten- 
ography and typewriting to the extent that will give efficiency, and 
such other practical training as the department may find necessary 
to require. 

SPECIAL TEACHER COURSES. 

STANDARDS OF COUNTY AND STATE CERTIFICATES 

PREPARATION AND TRAINING FOR ELEMENTARY 

SCHOOL WORK. 



1. The Uniform County Certificates Course. 

Conditions of Admission. Age, sixteen years; scholarship, 
possessing of a third grade uniform county certificate, a country 
school diploma or equivalent scholarship establisht by credentials 
of instructors or by examination. 

Variations Provided. (1) Those presenting country school 
diplomas or equivalent scholarship are assignd two term work in 
arithmetic, English grammar, U S. history, geography and elemen- 
tary civics. (2) Those presenting uniform county certificates 



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will be excused from all subjects markt 85 per cent, or above, will 
be required to take one term work in these subjects if markt 75 per 
cent, and below 85 per cent., and will be required to take two term 
work if below 75 per cent. 

High School Work. Those not qualified to meet the above 
standards of age or scholarship can be receivd and given instruction 
in the elementary and high schools maintaind in the Training 
Department of the College. 

Second Grade Uniform County Certificates. Those possess- 
ing second grade county certificates are admitted to study such 
subjects as are needed to prepare them for first grade certificate 
standard. 



1. Arithmetic. 

2. Eng. Grammar 
?-. Physiology. 

4. Orthography. 



1. Eng. Composition 

2. Ele. Physics. 

3. Electiv. 

4. Electiv. 



Eirst Year. 

B 

1. Geography. 

2. Algebra. 

3. Didactics. 

4. Penmanship. 
Physical Training. 

Second Year. 

B 

1. Electiv. 

2. Ele. Physics. 

3. Ele. Economics 

4. Electiv. 



1. U.S. History 

2. Algebra. 

3. Eeading. 

4. Vocal Music. 



C 

Ele. Civics. 
Methods of Teach. 
Electiv. 
Electiv. 



Physical Training. 

The electiv terms work here outlined is physiography, English, 
general history, botany, vocal music, drawing and elocution. When 
this work is all completed a department certificate will be granted 
by the Department of Professional Instruction in Education. 

THREE YEAR SPECIAL TEACHER COURSES. 

Second Grade State Certificate Standard. 
II. The Three Year Elementary Teachers Course. 

Conditions of Admission. Teachers possessing a first grade 
uniform county certificate are unconditionally admitted to this 
course and to all special-teacher three year courses here provided. 
Students completing the Uniform County Certificate Course given 



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by this College will be granted unconditional admission with credit 
for work alredy done in Physics, Algebra, General History, and 
other subjects classified in the three years elementary teachers course 
as requirements. 

Variations and Equivalents. (1) Students who have com-, 
pleted two years of standard high school work in a creditable manner 
will be granted admission provided the subjects studied in the high 
school can be considerd equivalent tothe first grade uniform county 
certificate. (2) Students who have completed more than two 
years work of a standard high school will be given temporary ad- 
vanced credit upon this course in proportion to the quality and 
quantity of work shown by their credentials, said credit to become 
permanent provided the work they do in the College justifies such 
recognition. (3) Students coming with any other credentials can 
have their status determind by a committee of the Faculty. 



1. Algebra* 

2. Physics. * 

3. Gen. History * 

4. Electiv. 



]. Drawing 
S. Psychology. 
o Solid Geometry 
4. Electiv. 



First Year. 
B 

1. Plane Geometry 

2. Bookkeeping. 

3. Elocution. 

4. Electiv. 
Physical Training 

Second Year. 
B 

1. Drawing. 

2. Psychology 

3. Sanitation. 

4. Electiv. 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 



1 . Plane Geometry 

2. Vocal Music 
o. Prin. of Education 
4. Electiv. 



C 
L Math. Electiv. 
2. Sch. Managem't 
3 Gen. Botany 
4. Electiv. 



Third Year. 
B 

1. Eng. Electiv 

2. Govt. Electiv 

3. Prac. Teaching 

4. Electiv. 
Literary Society Work. 

*Two terms work if jlementary teachers course was not com- 
pleted at this College or in an equivalent school. 



1. Rhetoric. 

2. Econ. Electiv. 

3 Hist, of Educ'n 

4. Electiv. 



1. Science Electiv. 

2. Hist. Electiv. 

3. Prac. Teaching 

4. Electiv. 



3 8 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Note on Electivs. The word "Electiv" as used in the Elemen- 
tary Teachers Course means that a reasonable range of studies, 
both college and secondary, can be obtaind. These are to be selected 
under advice by the President's Offis or by the Faculty adviser 
appointed for such purpose. This plan permits the study of Latin, 
German, English classics, or other equivalent subjects during the 
time. If a student determins to finally take the College Course the 
study of four terms of either Latin or German and six terms of 
English is necessary because these credits are required for college 
admission in the state educational institutions of Iowa. Students 
who are admitted to this course on partial high school course cre- 
dentials are required to take as electivs three terms' work from 
arithmetic, English grammar, IT. S. history, penmanship, physiology 
or geography as the President's Offis may determin. 

III. Other Special Teacher Three Year Courses. 

1. Primary Teacher Course. 

2. Kindergarten Teacher Course. 

3. Public School Music Teacher Course. 

4. Manual Training Teacher Course. 

5. Home Economics Teacher Course. 

6. Drawing Teacher Course. 

7. Elementary Teacher Course. 

8. Commercial Teacher Course. 

Admission. All these special teacher courses require as a min- 
imum for entrance upon their study a first grade uniform county 
certificate or its equivalent. 

The Courses Offerd. The first year's work is to be completed 
before beginning on the special work that the particular line se- 
lected will require. These selections for the year's study will 
depend largely upon the particular quality and quantity of scholar- 
ship alredy possest by the student. The branches from which the 
course shall be chosen shall consist of secondary studies such as 
algebra, botany, general history, economics, civil government, elo- 
cution, English classics, drawing, vocal music, Latin, German, and 
other acceptable subjects. The decision in each case shall be made 
on the basis of advice given by the President's Offis or by some mem- 
ber of the Faculty appointed as an adviser of these classes of stu- 
dents. 

The Second and Third Years. The full requirements for these 
years arc publisht in detail elsewhere in this Bulletin under the 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 39 

classification, "Junior College Courses." These can be enterd 
upon without restriction after the First Year before mentiond has 
been satisfactorily completed. 

SPECIAL MUSIC TEACHER COURSES. 

Conditions of Admission. Students are admitted to these 
music courses on liberal terms as to preparatory training and are 
encouraged to begin early enough to develop the skill and capabil- 
ity for professional artistic success that are so notably demanded 
in teachers of these kinds. 

To become a candidate for graduation, the student must have 
attaind to the scholastic qualifications required of secondary schools 
for full college entrance. These scholastic conditions may be ac- 
quired in any good secondary school or may be accomplisht in the 
certificate courses at the College. 

Conditions of Graduation. A special Teacher Diploma will 
be awarded to such persons as complete satisfactorily any one of 
the courses here outlined, but as skill and capability as musicians 
are also essential qualities to be attaind, the exact time necessary 
to complete any one of these courses can not be stated in school 
years. The candidate must have sufficient proficiency in the special 
line chosen to secure the recommendation of the professors in charge 
of the work to become an applicant for graduation. The courses as 
here mapt out, outside of the attainment in capability as a music- 
ian, can be satisfactorily completed in three years. 

THE PIANO COURSE. 



Piano lessons must be continued thru the entire period of 
study, two lessons a week. A second study — voice or orchestral 
instrument — must also be carried, with either one or two lessons r. 
week, each term except the last year. 

Other required work will be : 

First Year. 
ABC 
Elem/ts of Music 5 Elem'ts of Music 5 German 5 
German 5 German 5 Music History 2 

Music History 2 Ear Training 2 



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A 

Harmony 2 
Music History 2 
Sound 5 



Second Year. 
B 
Harmony 2 
Eng. Literature 5 



Harmony 2 
Psychology 5 



ABC 

Harmony 2 Harmony 2 Harm. Analysis 2 

Psychology 5 Medieval Hist. 5 Modern History 5 

Piano — 9 terms, once or twice a week (at least.) 
Second Study — 6 terms, once or twice a week (at least.) 
The figures after the subjects indicate the number of recitation 
periods per week. 



THE VIOLIN COUKSE. 

Violin lessons must be continued thru the entire period of 
study — two lessons per week. The piano work must be carried 
for two years successfully with at least one lesson a week. Attend- 
ance at two orchestra rehearsals and one class in ensemble playing 
is also required each week. 





First Year. 




A 


B 


C 


Elem'ts of Music 5 


Elem'ts of Music 5 


Music History 2 


German 5 


German 5 


German 5 


Music History 2 


Second Year. 


Ear Training 2 


A 


B 


C 


Harmony 2 
Music History 2 
Sound 5 


Harmony 2 

Eng. Literature 5 

Third Year. 


Harmony 2 
Psychology 5 


A 


B 


C 


Harmony 2 
Psychology 5 


Harmony 2 
Medieval Hist. 5 


Harm. Analysis 2 
Modern History I 



The figures after the subjects indicate the number of recitation 
periods per week. 



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THE VOICE COURSE. 



Three years of voice lessons (two a week), and two years 
piano lessons (one a week), will be required. 

First Year. 
ABC 

Elenrts of Music 
German 5 
Theory of Phys. 
Training 5 

Second Year. 
A B 

Harmony 2 Harmony 2 

Music Hist. 2 Eng. Literature 5 

Scund 5 



Elenrts of Music 
German 5 
Music History 2 



German 5 
Elem'ts of Music 5 
Ear Training 2 



C 

Harmony 2 
Psychology 5 



Harmony 2 
Psyhcology 5 
French 5 



Third Year. 

B 

Harmony 2 
French 5 
Medieval Hist. 5 



C 
Harm. Analysis 2 
French 5 
Modern Hist. 5 



The figures after the subjects indicate the number of recitation 
periods per week. 



PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS. 



Explanatory Note. 

This program of recitations is printed for the full school year, 
presenting the work for the Fall, Winter and Spring terms. The 
work is organized on the basis of the past year, and may be expand- 
ed if numbers enrold should demand it. 

The nomenclature used gives in order: 1. The College 
Course. 2. The Junior College Courses. 3. The Teachers' 
Certificate Courses, for each term. The electivs in Home Econo- 
mics, Drawing, Manual Training or Physical Education which 
may apply on a college course in case a major is taken in one of 
these lines, will be found listed with the subjects belonging to the 
Junior College Courses- All subjects of college grade required 
in the Junior College Courses are included under the College 
Course. 

The program of Physical Training, excepting the Theory ,will 
be found at the end of the program for each term. 

The subject of study is given in the terminology adopted by 
the departments, complete explanation being given in the Catalog 
and Circular for 1911. The name of the teacher is given following 
each subject assignd for the term, and the Arabic numeral follow- 
ing the teacher's name gives the hour at which the recitation will 

•cell I'. 

The following are the hours of work in the a-Jiocl for the ye: r: 

Firsl Hour P :00 to 8:55. 

Second Hour 8:55 to 9:50. 

Assembly 0:50 to 10:20. 

Third Eour 10:20 to 11:15. 

Fourth Hour 11:15 to 12:10. 

Fifth Hour 1:30 to 2:25. 

Sixth Hour 2:25 to 3:20. 

Seventh Hour 3:20 to 4:15. 

Eighth Hour 4:15 to 5:00. 

Of fchese the firs! to fifth, inclusiv, are regarded as regular 
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IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 43 

Students* Offis limns. Students having business with the 
President's offis will receive attention from 7:30 to 9:50 a. in. and 
1 :00 to 2:00 p. m. Please note this and do not come other business 
hours except in emergencies that arc unusual. 

Library Hours. School days. 7:30 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. and 
6 :00 to 9 :30 p. m. Saturdays, 7 :30 a. m. to 12 :00. 

Literary Societies. Fridays, 2:25 p. m. Saturdays, 7:00 
p. m. 

Faculty Meetings. Mondays, 2:25 p. m. 

Assignment for Rehearsals of Musical Societies. 

Choral Society .... Tuesdays, 6 :30 p. m. 

Cecilians .... Wednesdays, 2 :25 p. m. 

Euterpeans .... Tuesdays, 2 :25 p. m. 

Young Ladies' Glee Club .... Mondays, 2 :25 p. m. 

Minnesingers .... Wednesdays, 2 :25 p. in. 

Troubadours. . . .Tuesdays, 2:25 p. m. 

Orchestra .... Mondays and Thursdays, 3 :30 p. m. 

Band .... Tuesdays and Fridays, 3 :30 p. m. 

Ensemble Class .... Wednesdays, 3 :00 p. m. 

Junior Band .... Wednesdays, 3 :30 p. m. 

FALL TEEM. 

COLLEGE COUESE. 

Professional Instruction in Education. I. 1st Psy- 
chology, Mr. Samson 1-3. II. 2nd Psychology, Mr. Sam- 
son 2-5. III. School Management, Mr. Colgrove 2-3-5. IV. 
History of Education, Mr. Walters 1-3-4. VI. American Edu- 
cation, Mr. Colgrove 1. VII. Experimental Psychology, Mr, 
Mount 5. IX. Educational Classics, Mr. Walters 2. 

Training in Teaching. Illustrativ Teaching, Mr. Bender 
I Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) 3-5-6. 

English, (a) Language and Literature- I . Ehetoric, 
Mr. Lynch 3-5; Mr. Gist 1-4; Miss Carpenter 1; Miss Lam- 
bert 2; Miss Gregg 5; Miss Hearst 4; Miss Lodge 4. II. 
(a). English Literature, Mr. Lynch 2; Mr. Gist 5. III. Shake- 
speare, Mr. Gist 2. VI. The Development of the English Dra- 
ma, Miss Lambert 1. XII. Theme Writing and Story Telling, 
Miss Carpenter 2. XIV. American Literature, Miss Lambert 4. 
( 6 ) Elocution and Public Speaking. XV. Elocution I., Miss 



44 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Martin 2; 2. XVI. Elocution II., Miss Martin 

3. XIX. Kepertoire II., Miss Martin 1. XXII. Public Speak- 
ing I., Mr. Barnes 2. XXIII. Public Speaking II., Mr. Barnes 3. 

Latin and Greek- (1) Latin. I. Cicero (Cato Major), 
Mr. Merchant 1-3. IV. Latin Composition (Tuesday, Thurs- 
day), Mr. Merchant 2. VII. Plautus and Terence (Monday, 
Wednesday, Friday), Mr. Merchant 2. X. Historical Latin Gram- 
mar (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), Mr Merchant 5. XIII. Sen- 
ior Electiv (Tuesday, Thursday), Mr. Merchant 5. XVI. (a) 
Elementary Latin (Introductory Work), Miss Call 3; (b) Ele- 
mentary Latin (Ovid), Miss Call 1. (2) Greek. I. Lessons 
(Monday, Wednesday, Friday), Miss Call 2. 

German and French. (1) German. I. Grammar, 

Mr. Knoepfler 4. II. Grammar, 5. IV. 

Die Journalisten, Miss Lorenz 3. V. Wilhelm Tell, Miss Lorenz 

I. VI. Prose Composition, Miss Lorenz 5. VII. Emilia Gal- 
otti and Lyrics and Ballads, Miss Lorenz 2. X. Language and 
Literature, Mr. Knoepfler 2. (2) French. I. Lessons, Mr. 
Knoepfler 1. IV. Novels, Stories, etc., Mr. Knoepfler 3. 

Mathematics. I. Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 5. II. 
College Algebra, Mr. Condit 3. III. Plane Trigonemetry, Mr. 
Cory 4. VI. Analytical Geometry, Mr. Condit 1. 

Chemistry. I. General Inorganic, Mr. Bond 4. I. 
General Inorganic (For Home Economics students ),Mr. Getchell 1. 

II. General Inorganic, Mr. Getchell 2. III. IV. Qualitativ 
Analysis, Mr. Bond 3. V. VI. Quantitativ Analysis, Mr. Bond 
5. VIII. Household Chemistry, Mr. Getchell 3. 

Physics. I. Mechanics of Solids and Fluids, Mr. Bege- 
m a h 3. V. VI. Advanced Laboratory Work, Mr. Begeman G. 

Natural Science. I. Physiology I., Mr. Newton 1. 
[V. Zoology L, Mr. Arey 1. VI. Physiography L, Mr. Cable 3. 
IX. Mineralogy, Mr. Cable 4. XL Commercial Geography of 
N'orilt America, Miss Aitchison 5. 

Eistobt. J. American, Miss Riggs 1. III. Greek, Miss 
Rice 3. VI. Modern, Miss Riggs 4. IX. Method, Miss Riggs 2. 

Government. I. American Government, Mr. Meyerholz 2. 
II. American Constitutional History I., Mr. Meycrholz 5. VI. 
fnternationa] Law, Mr. Meverholz 4. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 45 

ECONOMICS. I. General Economics, Mr. McKitrick 2. 
II. Economic and Social Problems, Mr. McKitrick 1. III. Am- 
erican Industrial History, Mr. McKitrick 3. 

Manual Training. I. Manual Training Methods L, Mr. 
Bailey 1. 

Physical Education. I. Anatomy I., Mr. Seymour 4. 

JUNIOR COLLEGE COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. 1st Psychology, 
Mr. Mount 1-2-4; Miss Buck 3-5. 1st Primary Methods, Miss Mc 
Govern 2-3-4. 2nd Primary Methods, Miss McGovern 1. 

Training in Teaching. Primary Criticism, Miss Hatcher 
6. Kindergarten Theory (Junior ), Miss Ward 1. Kinder- 
garten Theory (Senior), Miss Ward 5. Kindergarten Practis, 
Miss Dowdell 2-3. 

Mathematics. Commercial Arithmetic, Mr. Cory 5. 

Physics. Sound, Mr. Begeman 5. 

Natural Science. Zoology, Mr. Arey 2-3-4. 

Drawing. Water Color, Miss Thornton 1. 1st Primary 
Drawing, Miss Thornton 2-3; Miss Schuneman 1. 1st Kinder- 
garten Drawing, Miss Schuneman 3. Cast Drawing, Miss Patt 5. 
Still Life, Miss Thornton 5; Miss Patt 3-4; Miss Schuneman 5. 
Perspectiv, Miss Patt 2. 

Commercial. Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 
Business Correspondence, Mr. Coffey 2. Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 3. 
Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 5. 

Music. 3rd Music, Mr. Fullerton 2. 4th Music, (a) His- 
tory (Tuesday, Friday), Miss Childs; (b) Sightsinging and Meth- 
ods (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday), Miss Stenwall 4. 7th Music 
(a) Conducting (Wednesday), Mr. Fullerton; (b) Harmony 
(Tuesday, Friday), Mr. Frampton; (c) History (Monday, Thurs- 
day), Miss Childs 1. 

Physical Education. Anatomy I.,Mr. Seymour 4. The- 
ories and Systems of Physical Education, Mr. Seymour 3. Anthro- 
pometry and Physical Diagnosis, Mr. Seymour 5. 

Manual Training. Manual Training Methods I., Mr. 
Bailey 1. 1st Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 4. Advanced Me- 
chanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 5. Sheet Metal Work, Mr. Bailey 3. 
1st Bench Work, Mr. Brown 2. Advanced Bench Work, Mr. Brown 
4-5. Wood Turning, Mr. Brown 4-5. Individual Work in the 



4 6 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Shop, Mr. Brown 6-7. Primary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 1-2-3-5. 
Home Economics. 1st Sewing, Miss Heinz 8 :55 to 9 :50 
and 10:20 to 11:15. Principles of the Selection and Preparation 
of Foods, Miss Townsend (Monday, Wednesday), 1:30 to 2:25. 
Elementary Food Theory, Miss Townsend and Miss Heinz (Mon- 
day, Wednesday), 2:25 to 5:00. Dietetics, Miss Townsend (Tues- 
day, Thursday), 11:15 to 12:10 and 1:00 to 2:25. 

COUNTY AND STATE CEETIFICATE COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. Didactics, Miss 
Buck 2. Methods, Miss Buck 4. Principles of Education, Mr. 
Dick 4. 

English, (a) Language and Literature. Orthography, 

Miss Oliver 1-2. 1st half English Grammar, Miss Hearst 1 ; 

4. 2nd half English Grammar, Miss Hearst 2. Com- 



plete English Grammar, Miss Gregg 2-3-4. 1st half English Com- 
position, Miss Lodge 1. Complete English Composition, Miss 
Lodge 5. 1st English Classics, Miss Oliver 4. 2nd English Class- 
ics, Miss Hearst 5. American Literature, Miss Carpenter 4. (b) 
Elocution and Public Speaking. Reading, Miss Falkler 1. Elo- 
cution, Miss Falkler 2-3-4; 3. 

Latin and Greek. Latin. 1st Latin Lessons, Miss Call 4. 
2nd Caesar, 3. 

German and French. German. 3rd German, 4. 

Mathematics. 1st half Arithmetic, Miss Seals 4; Miss 
Lambert 2-3. 2nd half Arithmetic, Mr. Cory 2. Complete Arith- 
metic, Mr. Condit 5; Mr. Cory 1. 1st Algebra, Miss Seals 3-5. 
2nd Algebra, Miss Seals 2; Miss Lambert 5. Two term Algebra, 
Miss Lambert 1. 3rd Algebra, Mr. Condit 2. Beginning Geom- 
etry, Mr. Wright 2-4. Middle Geometry, Mr. Wright 3. Solid 
Geometry, Mr. Wright 5. 

PHYSIOS. 1st Physics, Mr. Hersey 2-3; Mr. Kadcsch 1-4. 
2nd Physics, Mr. Hersey 5; Mr. Kadesch 2. 

Natubal Science. 1st half Geography, Miss Aitchison 
2. 2nd half Geography, Miss Aitchison 1. Complete Geography, 
iitchison 3. Physiology, Mr. Newton 2-3. Physiography, 
M,. Cable L-2. General Botany, Mr. Newton 5. 

HISTORY. 1st half U. S. History, Miss Rice 1; Mr, Peter- 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 4 7 

son 5. 2nd half U. S. History. Miss Rice 5. Complete U. S. His- 
tory, Miss Riggs 5. 1st General History, il/tss /vice 2. 

Govern mi:\t. Iowa and U. S. Civics (Beview), Mr. Meyer- 
hoh 1. Iowa History and Civics, Mr. Peterson 4. U. S. Civics, 
Mr, Peterson 2. 

Economics. Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrich 4; Mr. 
Peterson 3. 

Drawing. 1st Drawing, Miss Thornton 5; Miss Patt 3-1; 
Miss Schuneman 5. 2nd Drawing, Miss Patt 2. 

Commercial. 1st Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 2-3; Mr. 
Coffey 1. 1st Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 1. 

Music. 1st Vocal Music, M?\ Fullerton 3; Ah'ss Stenwall 5; 

1-2. 2nd Vocal Music, ilf tss Stenwall 2-3 ;— 

4. 

Home Economics. Sewing, ilfiss Heinz <S :00 to 8 :55. 
Elementary Food Theory and Laboratory Cooking. Miss Townsend 
(Tuesday, Thursday), 2:30 to 4:45. 

Physical Training. 

1st term Physical Training — 

Miss Hussey (Monday, Wednesday) 6. 
(Tuesday, Thursday) 7. 
Miss Hallingoy (Tuesday, Thursday) 6. 
Miss Samson (Monday, Wednesday) 4. 
(Tuesday, Thursday) 5. 

2nd term Physical Training — 

Miss Samson (Tuesday, Thursday) 6. 

3rd term Physical Training — 

Miss Haltingly (Tuesday, Thursday) 7. 

1st term Primary Physical Training — 
Miss Hussey (Daily) 4. 
Miss Hallingoy (Daily) 5. 

Swimming. 

Mr. Pasini (Tuesday, Thursday) 3-5-6. 
Miss Hussey (Tuesday, Thursday) 3. 

(Monday, Wednesday) 7* 
Miss Hallingoy (Tuesday, Thursday) 4. 

(Monday, Wednesday) 6-7. 



48 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Miss Samson (Monday, Wednesday) 3-5. 
Tennis. 

Mr. Seymour (Tuesday, Thursday) 6. 

(Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 7.* 

Mr. Pasini (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 3-5. 

Miss Hallingby (Monday, Wednesday) 4. 

Miss Samson (Tuesday, Thursday) 3-4-7. 
Hockey. 

Miss Samson (Monday, Wednesday) 6. 
Basketball. 

Miss Samson (Monday, Wednesday) 7. 

Cricket. 

Miss Hussey (Tuesday, Thursday) 6. 
Golf. 

Mr. Seymour (Tuesday, Thursday) 7.* 
Track Athletics. 

Mr. Seymour (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) (>. 
Soccer Football. 

Mr. Pasini (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) C>. 

Football Squad. 

Mr. Pasini (Daily) 7-8. 

^Required of Juniors arid Seniors of Physical Education Depart- 
ment. 

WINTEK TERM. 

COLLEGE COURSE. 

Professional Instruction in Education. I. 1st Psy- 
chology, Mr. Samson 2-5. II. 2nd Psychology, Mr. Samson 
1-1. III. School Management, Mr. Colgrove 1-2-3-5. IV. 
History of Education, Mr. Walters 2-3-5. V. Philosophy of Edu- 
cation, Mr. Walters 1. VII. Experimental Psychology, Mr. 
Mount 5. 

English, (a) Language and Literature. I. Rhetoric, 
Mr. hunch :>■ Mr. Gist 4; -Miss Lodge 2. II. (a) Eng- 
lish Literature, Mr. Lynch 4; Mr. Gist 5; Miss Carpenter 2; Miss 
Lambert '■>. (\>) English Literature, Miss Lambert 5. III. 
Shakespeare, Mr. Gist •''». TV. Epic Poetry in English, Mr. Lynch 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 49 

2. A'. The English Romantic Movement, Miss Carpenter 4. VI. 
The Developmenl of the English Drama, Miss Lambert 1. VIII. 
Anglo Saxon and Middle English, Mr. Oist 2. XIV. American 
Literature. Miss Carpenter 1. (b) Elocution and Public Speak- 
in;/. XVI. Elocution II., Miss M artin 2; 2. 

XVII. Applied Drama, Miss Martin 4. XVIII. Repertoire I., 
Miss Martin 3. XXII. Public Speaking I., Mr. Barnes 2- 
XXIV. Argumentation, Mr. Barnes 3. 

Latin and Greek. (1) Latin. II. Livy, Mr. Merchant 
1-3. V. Latin Composition (Tuesday, Thursday), Mr. Merchant 
2. VIII. Catullus (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), Mr. Merchant 
2. XI. Historical Latin Grammar (Monday, Wednesday, Fri- 
day). Mr. Merchant 5. XIV. Senior Electiv (Tuesday, Thurs- 
day). Mr. Merchant 5. XVII. (a) Elementary Latin (Caesar), 
Miss Call 3; (b) Elementary Latin (Vergil), Miss Call 1. (2) 
Creel-. II. Lessons (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), Miss Call 2. 

German and French. (1) German. II. Grammar, 
Mr. Knoepfler 5. III. Immensee and Hoeher als die Kirche, 
Miss Lorenz 5. V. Wilhelm Tell, Miss Lorenz 3. VI. Prose 
Composition, Miss Lorenz 1. VIII. Nathan der Weise, Miss Lor- 
enz 2. XL Modern German Prose and Scientific German, Mr. 
Knoepfler 2. (2) French. II. Lessons, Mr. Knoepfler 1. 
V. Novels, Stories, etc., Mr. Knoepfler 3. 

Mathematics. I. Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 3. II. 
College Algebra, Mr. Cory 2. III. Plane Trigonometry, Mr. 
Condit 1-2. VII. Differential Calculus, Mr. Condit 3. 

Chemistry. I. General Inorganic, Mr. Bond 2. II. 
General Inorganic, Mr. Bond 4; II. General Inorganic (for Home 
Economics students), Mr. Getchell 1. III. — IV. Qualitativ An- 
alysis, Mr. Bond 1. VI. Quantitativ Analysis, Mr. Bond 5-G. 
VII. Special Methods in Quantitativ Analysis, Mr. Getchell 5-6. 
IX. Household Chemistry, Mr. Getchell 3. 

Physics. I. Mechanics of Solids and Fluids, Mr. Bege- 
man 3. II. Sound and Light, Mr. Begeman 1. 

Natural Science. III. Hygiene and Sanitation, Mr. 
Newton 2-5. VII. Geology I., Mr. Cable 2. XII. Commercial 
Geography of Europe, Miss Aitchison 5. XIII. Influences of 
Geography npon American History, Mr. Cable 4. 

History. IV. Roman, Miss Rice 2. V. Medieval, Miss 



50 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Biggs 5. VII. Eighteenth Century, Miss Riggs 1. 

Economics. I. General Economics, Mr. McKitrick 5. 
IV. English Industrial History, Mr. McKitrick 3. V. Money 
and Banking, Mr. McKitrick 2. 

Government. I. American Government, Mr. Meyer- 
lidlz 2. III. American Constitutional History II., Mr. Meyerhoh 
4. IV. English Government, Mr. Meyerholz 3. 

Drawing. III. History of Architecture and Sculpture, 
Miss Thornton 1. 

Manual Training. II. Manual Training Methods II., Mr. 
Bailey 2. 

Physical Education. II. Anatomy II., Mr. Seymour 4. 

JUNIOB COLLEGE COUKSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. 1st Psychol- 
ogy, Miss Buck 1. 2nd Psychology, Mr. Dick 2; Mr. Mount 
2-3-4. 1st Primary Methods, Miss McGovem 4. 2nd Primary 
Methods, Miss McGovem 1-2-3. 

Training in Teaching. Primary Criticism, Miss Hatcher 
6. Kindergarten Theory (Junior), Miss Ward 1. Kindergarten 
Theory (Senior), Miss Ward 5. Kindergarten Practis, Miss Dow- 
dell 2-3. 

Mathematics. Commercial Arithmetic, Mr. Cory 5. 

Natural Science. Structural Botany, Mr. Arey 1-2. Hy- 
giene and Sanitation, Mr. Newton 2-5. 

Drawing. History of Architecture and Sculpture, Miss 
Thornton 1. 2nd Primary Drawing, Miss Schuneman 2-3-4. 2nd 
Kindergarten Drawing, Miss Thornton 3. Cast Drawing, Miss 
Patt 5. Still Life, Miss Thornton 2-4; Miss Patt 3; Miss Schune- 
man 1. Perspectiv, Miss Patt 1-2. 

Commercial. Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 2nd 
Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 5. Business Correspondence, Mr. 
Coffey 1. 1st Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 2. 2nd Shorthand, Mr. Cof- 
fey 5. Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 3. 

Music. 3rd Music, (a) Harmony (Tuesday, Thursday), 
Mr. Fullerton; (b) Sightsinging (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), 
Miss Stenwdll 2. 4th Music, (a) Sightsinging and Methods (Mon- 
day, Wednesday, Thursday), Miss Stenwdll; (b) History (Tues- 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 51 

Jay. Friday), Miss Childs 1. 5th Music, Mr. Fullerton 5. 8th 
Musk, (a) Appreciation (Wednesday, Friday), Mr. Fullerton; 
(b) Harmony (Monday, Thursday), Mr. Frampton; (c) Child 
Voice (Tuesday), Miss Stenwall 1. 

Physical Educatiox. Anatomy II., Mr. Seymour 4. 
Physical Department Methods, Mr. Seymour 5. 

Manual Training. Manual Training Methods II., Mr. 
Bailey 2. Sheet Metal Work, Mr. Bailey 3. 1st Mechanical Draw- 
ing, Mr. Bailey 4. Advanced Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 5. 
1st Bench Work, Mr. Brown 2. Advanced Bench Work, Mr. Brown 
4-5. Wood Turning, Mr. Brown 4-5. Individual Work in the 
Shop, Mr. Brown 6-7. Elementary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 1. 
Primary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 2-3-5. 

Home Economics, 2nd Sewing, Miss Heinz 8 :55 to 9 :50 
and 10:20 to 11:15. Principles of the Selection and Preparation 
of Foods, Miss Town-send (Monday, Wednesday), 1:30 to 2:25. 
Elementary Food Theory, Miss Toivnsend (Monday, Wednesday), 
2:25 to 5:00. Dietetics, Miss Townsend (Tuesday,Thursday), 
3:30. Household Architecture, Miss Townsend (Tuesday, Thurs- 
day). 11:15 to 12:10. 

COUNTY AND STATE CERTIFICATE COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. Didactics, Miss 
Buck 3. Methods, Miss Buck 2-5. Principles of Education, Mr. 
Dick 4. 

English, (a) Language and Literature. Orthography, Miss 

Oliver 1-2. 1st half English Grammar, Miss Hearst 2; 

5. 2nd half English Grammar, Miss Hearst 3-4. Com- 



plete English Grammar, Miss Gregg 3-4-5. 1st half English Com- 
position, Miss Gregg 2. 2nd half English Composition, Miss Lodge 
1. Complete English Composition, Miss Lodge 4. 1st English 
Classies,Jl/?ss Oliver 4. 2nd English Classics, Miss Hearst 5. (b) 
Elocution and Public Speaking. Reading, Miss Falkler 1. Elo- 
cution, Miss Falkler 2-3-5 ; 4. 

Latin and Greek. Latin. 2nd Latin Lessons, Miss Call 4. 
1st Cicero's Orations, 3. 

German and French. German. 1st German, 

5. 4th German (Die Journalisten), 4. 



Mathematics. 1st half Arithmetic, Mr. Cory 4; Miss Seals 



52 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

5. 2nd half Arithmetic, Miss Seals 4; Miss Lambert 2-3. Com- 
plete Arithmetic, Mr. Cory 1. 1st Algebra, Miss Seals 2; Miss 
Lambert 5. 2nd Algebra, Miss Seals 1. Two term Algebra, Mr. 
Condit 5. 3rd Algebra, Miss Lambert 4. Beginning Geometry, 
Mr. Wright 4. Middle Geometry, Mr. Wright 2-5. Solid Geome- 
try, Mr. Wright 3. 

Physics. 1st Physics, Mr. Eersey 1-3 ; Mr, Kadesch 4. 2nd 
Physics, Mr. Kadesch 2-5. 3rd Physics, Mr. Hersey 5. 

Natural Science. 1st half Geography, Miss Aitchison 1. 
2nd half Geography, Miss Aitchison 2. Complete Geography, Miss 
Aitchison 3. Physiology, Mr. Newton 3-4. Physiography, Mr. 
Cable 1-5. Hygiene and Sanitation, Mr. Newton 2-5. 

History. 1st half U. S. History, Miss Rice 4; Mr. Peterson 
5. 2nd half U. S. History, Miss Rice 5. Complete U. S. History, 
Miss Riggs 4. 1st General History, Miss Rice 3. 2nd General 
History, Miss Riggs 2. 

Government. Iowa and U. S. Civics (Eeview), Mr. Meyer- 
Jiolz 1. Iowa History and Civics, Mr. Peterson 4. H. S. Civics, 
Mr. Peterson 3. 

Economics. Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 1; Mr. 
Peterson 2. 

Drawing.. — 1st Drawing, Miss Thornton, 2-4; Miss Patt 3; 
Miss Schuneman 1. 2nd Drawing, Miss Patt 1-2. 

Commercial. — 1st Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 1-3. 1st Book- 
keeping, Mr. Cummins 2. 

Music. 1st Vocal Music, Mr. Fullerton 3; Miss Stenwall 5; 

1. 2nd Vocal Music, Miss Stenwall 4; 

2-3. 



Home Economics. Sewing, Miss Heinz 8 :00 to 8 :55. Ele- 
mentary Food Theory and Laboratory Cooking, Miss Townsend and 
Miss Heinz (Tuesday, Thursday), 1:15 to 3.20. 

Physical Training. 
1st term Physical Training. 

Miss Hussey (Tuesday, Thursday) 6. 
Miss Hallingby (Monday, Wednesday) 7. 

2nd term Physical Training. 

Miss Hussey (Monday, Wednesday) 5. 
Miss Hallingby (Tuesday, Thursday) 6 
Miss Samson (Monday, Wednesday) 4-6. 
(Tuesday, Thursday) 7. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 53 

3rd term Physical Training. 

Miss Hallingby (Monday, Wednesday) 4. 

Miss Samson (Monday, Wednesday) 7. 
2nd term Primary Physical Training. 

Miss Hussey (Daily) 4. 

Miss Hallingby (Daily) 5. 
Swimming. 

Mr. Pasini (Tuesday, Thursday) 6-7. 

Rythm. 

Miss Hallingby (Monday, Wednesday) 6. 
(Tuesday, Thursday) 7. 

Games. 

Miss Hallingby (Tuesday, Thursday) 4. 

Advanced Games. 

MissHussey (Monday, Wednesday) 6. 
Miss Samson (Monday, Wednesday) 5. 
(Tuesday, Thursday) 6. 

Basketball. 

Miss Samson (Tuesday, Thursday) 3-4. 

Gilbert Work. 

Miss Hussey (Tuesday, Thudsday) 7.* 

Medical Gymnastics. 

Miss Hussey (Monday, Wednesday) 7.* 

First Year Gymnastics. 

Mr. Pasini (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 4-0. 
Second Year Gymnastics. 

Mr. Pasini (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 7. 

Advanced Gymnastics. 

Mr. Seymour (Tuesday, Thursday) 7.* 

Gymnastic Dancing. 

Mr. Seymour (Tuesday, Thursday) 6.* 

Indoor Games. 

Mr. Pasini (Tuesday, Thursday) 4. 

Basketball Squad. 

Mr. Pasini (Daily) 8. 

* Required of Juniors and Seniors of Physical Education Ih 
partment. 



54 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

SPRING TERM. 
COLLEGE COURSE. 

Professional Instruction in Education. — I. 1st Phychol- 
ogy, Mr. Samson 1-4. II. 2nd Psychology, Mr. Samson 2-5. III. 
School Management, Mr. Colgrove 1-2-3; Miss Buck 4. IV. His- 
tory of Education, Mr. Walters 1-3-4. V. Philosophy of Education, 
Mr. Walters 2. VII. Experimental Psychology, Mr. Mount 5. 
VII. School Supervision, Mr. Dick 4. X. Lecture Course on 
Genetic, Social, and Sex Psychology, ( V2 credit), Mr. Colgrove 7. 

English, (a) Language and Literature. I. Rhetoric, Mr. 
Gist 1-5 ; Mr. Lynch 5. II. (a) English Literature, Mr. Lynch \ : 
Miss Carpenter 1-3. (b) English Literature, Miss Lambert 3. 
III. Shakespeare, Mr. Gist 2. VIII. Anglo Saxon and Middle 
English, Mr. Gist 4. IX. Literary Criticism, Miss Carpenter 4. 
X. The Development of the English Novel, Miss Lodge 5. XI. 
English of the Nineteenth Century, Miss Lambert 1. XIII. Teach- 
ing English, Mr. Lynch 2. XIV. American Literature, Miss 
Lambert 4. (b) Elocution and Public Speaking. XVI. Elocu- 
tion II., Miss Martin 2; 2. XXI. Principles 

of Expression, Miss Martin 1. XXII. Public Speaking I., Mr. 
Barnes 2, XXIII. Public Speaking II., Mr. Barnes 3. 

Latin and Greek. (1) Latin. III. Horace, Epodes and 
Odes, Mr. Merchant 1-3. VI. Latin Composition (Tuesday, 
Thursday), Mr. Merchant 2. IX. Cicero's Letters (Monday, 
Wednesday, Friday), Mr. Merchant 2. XII. Historical Latin 
Grammar (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), Mr. Merchant 5. XV. 
Senior Electiv (Tuesday, Thursday), Mr. Merchant 5. XVIII. 
(a) Elementary Latin (Cicero), Miss Call 3; (b) Elementary 
Latin (Vergil), Miss Call 1. (2) Greek. III. Anabasis (Mon- 
day. Wednesday, Friday), Miss Call 2. 

Gekman and French. — (1) German. 1. Grammar, Miss 
Lorenz 2. III. Immeiisee and Hoeher als die Kirche, Miss Lorenz 
3. IV. Die Journalisten, Miss Lorenz 5. V. Wilhelm Tell, 
— 4. VI. Prose Composition, Mr. Knoep- 
fler I. IX. iphigenie auf Tauris and Die Brant von Messina, 
Miss Lorenz 1. XII. Classics, Mr. Knoepfler 2. (2) French. 
"I. L'Abbe Constantin, Le Voyage de Monsieur Perriehon, Mr. 
Knoepfler 1. VI. Novels, Stories, etc., Mr. Knoepfler 3. 

Mathematics. I. Solid Geometry (for High School Grad- 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 55 

uates), Mr. Wright 4; Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 5. II. Col- 
lege Algebra, Mr. Condit 2. III. Plane Trigonometry, Mr. Cory 1. 
IV. Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying, Mr. Condit 5. V. 
History and Teaching of Mathematics, Mr. Wright 3. VIII. In- 
tegral Calculus, Mr. Condit 1. 

Chemistry. — I. General Inorganic, Mr. Bond 1. II. Gen- 
eral Inorganic, Mr. Bond 4. III. IV. Qualitativ Analysis, Mr. Bond 
3. V. VI. Quantitativ Analysis, Mr. Getchell 5-6. VII. Spec- 
ial Methods in Quantitativ Analysis, Mr. Getchell 1. X. Food 
Analysis, Mr. Getchell 3. 

Physics. — I. Mechanics of Solids and Fluids, Mr. Begeman 
3. III. Heat, Electricity and Magnetism, Mr. Begeman 5. 

Natural Science. — II. Botany I., Mr. Newton 1-2 (Labor- 
atory work, Tuesday, Friday, 3-5). V. Zoology II., Mr. Arey 
3. VIII. Geology II., Mr. Cable 2. X. Astronomy, Mr. Cable 4. 
XI. Commercial Geography of North America, Miss Aitchison 5. 

History. — II. English, Miss Rice 1. VI. Modern, Miss 
Biggs 2. VIII. 19th Century, Miss Riggs 4. 

Government. I. American Government, Mr. Meyerholz 5. 
A'. Modern European Governments, Mr. Meyerholz 1. VII. Con- 
stitutional Law, Mr. Meyerholz 3. 

Economics. I. General Economics, Mr. McKitrich 5. II. 
Economic and Social Problems, Mr. McKitrich 1. VI. Inclus- 
trial Corporations, Mr. McKitrich 2. 

Drawing. IV. History of Painting, Miss Thornton 1. 

Manual Training. III. Organization and Economics of 
Manual Training, Mr. Bailey 2. 

JUNIOR COLLEGE COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. 1st Psychology, 
Mr. Mount 1-2. 2nd Psychology, Mr. Mount 4. 1st Primary 
Methods, Miss McGovern 4. 3rd Primary Methods, Miss McGov- 
ern 1-2-3. 

Training in Teaching. Observation in Training School 
(Primary), Miss Hatcher 2. Primary Theory (for Kindergarten 
Students), Miss Hatcher 5. Primary Criticism, Miss Hatcher 6. 
Kindergarten Theory and Observation (for Primary Students), 
Miss Ward 2. Kindergarten Theory (Senior), Miss Ward 4. Kin- 
dergarten Practis, Miss Dowdell 2-3. 

Mathematics. Commercial Arithmetic, Mr. Condit 3. 



56 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Natural Science. Structural Botany, Mr. Arey 1. Nature 
Study, Mr. Arey 2. 

Drawing. History of Painting, Miss Thornton 1. Super- 
vision in Art, Miss Thornton 2. Design, Miss Patt 4. 3rd Prim- 
ary 'Drawing, Miss Schuneman 1-4-5. Still Life, Miss Thornton 
3; Miss Patt 2. Perspectiv, Miss Thornton 4; Miss Patt 3-5; Miss 
Schuneman 2. 

Commercial. Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 2nd 
Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 3. 3rd Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 1. 
Commercial Law, Mr. Coffey 1. 2nd Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 2. 
3rd Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 3. Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 4. 

Music. 3rd Music, (a) Harmony (Tuesday, Thursday), Mr. 
Fullerton; (b) Sightsinging (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), Miss 
Stenwall 3. 4th Music, (a) Sightsinging and Methods (Monday, 
Wednesday, Thursday), Miss Stenwall; (b) History (Tuesday, 
Friday), Miss Childs 1. 5th Music, Mr. Fullerton 2. 6th Music, 
(a) Harmony (Tuesday, Friday), Mr. Fullerton; (b) Methods 
(Wednesday), Miss Stenwall; (c) History (Monday, Thursday), 
Miss Childs 4. 9th Music, (a) Supervision (Wednesday, Friday), 
Mr. Fullerton; (b) Harmony (Monday, Thursday), Mr. Frampton; 
(c) Theory (Tuesday), Miss Stenwall 1. 

Physical Education. Physiology of Exercise, Mr. Seymour 
3. Hygiene, Mr. Pasini 4. Medical Gymnastics and Massage, 
Mr. Seymour 4. History and Literature of Physical Training, Mr- 
Seymour 5. 

Manual Training. Organization and Economics of Manual 
Training, Mr. Bailey 2. Sheet Metal Work, Mr. Bailey 3. 1st 
Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 1. Advanced Mechanical Draw- 
ing, Mr. Bailey 5. 1st Bench Work, Mr. Brown 2. Advanced 
Bench Work, Mr. Brown 4-5. Wood Turning, Mr. Brown 4-5 
Individual Work in the Shop, Mr. Brown 6-7. Elementary Hand- 
work, Mrs. McMahon 1. Primary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 2-4- 
5. 

Home Economics. 3rd Sewing, Miss Heinz 8 :00 to 8 :55 and 
8 :55 to 1) :50. Principles of the Selection and Preparation of Fooc^% 
Miss Townsend (Monday, Wednesday), 1:30 to 2:25. Elementary 
Food Theory, Miss Townsend and Miss Heinz (Monday, Wednes- 
day), 2:25 to 5:00. Demonstrations, Miss Townsend (Tuesday, 
Thursday), 3 :30 to 5:30. Methods, Home Economics, Miss Town- 
send ( Friday), 1 :30 to 2:25. Household Management, Miss Town- 
send (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday), 11:15 to 12:10. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 57 

COUNTY AND STATE CERTIFICATE COURSES. 

Professional Instruction l\ Education. Didactics, Miss 
Buck 2. Methods, Miss Buck 5. Principles of Education, Mr. 
Dick 3. 

English, (a) Language and Literature. Orthography, Miss 

Oliver 1-2. 1st half English Grammar, Miss Gregg 3 ; — 

1. 2nd half English Grammar, Miss Hearst 2-3. Complete Eng- 
lish Grammar, Miss Gregg 4-5. 1st half English Composition, 
Miss Lodge 1. 2nd half English Composition, Miss Gregg 2. 
Complete English Composition, Miss Lodge 4. 1st English Class- 
ics, Miss Oliver 4. 2nd English Classics, Miss Hearst 5. Amer- 
ican Literature, Miss Hearst 1. (6) Elocution and Public Speak- 
ing. Reading, Miss Falkler 2. Elocution, Miss Falkler 1-3-4; 
— 5. 



Latin and Greek. Latin. 1st Caesar, Miss Call 4. 2nd 
Cicero, 3. 

German and French. German. 2nd German, 

5. 



Mathematics. 1st half Arithmetic, Miss Seals 4; Miss Lam- 
bert 3. 2nd half Arithmetic, Mr. Cory 2-5. Complete Arithmetic, 
Miss Lambert 2. 1st Algebra, Miss Seals 5. 2nd Algebra, Miss 
Seals 1. Two term Algebra, Miss Lambert 1. 3rd Algebra, Miss 
Seals 3 ; Miss Lambert 5. Beginning Geometry, Mr. Cory 4. Mid- 
dle Geometry, Mr. Wright 2. Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 5. 

Physics. 1st Physics, Mr. Hersey 1-3. 2nd Physics, Mr. 
Hersey 5; Mr. Kadesch 2. 3rd Physics, Mr. Kadesch 1-4. 

Natural Science. 1st half Geography, Miss Aitchison 2. 
2nd half Geography, Miss Aitchison 1. Complete Geography, Miss 
Aitchison 3. Physiology, Mr. Newton 4. Physiography, Mr. 
Cable 3-5. General Botany, Mr. Newton 1-2. 

History. 1st half U. S. History, Miss Rice 3; Mr. Peterson 
1. 2nd half U. S. History, Miss Rice 2. Complete U. S. History, 
Miss Riggs 1. 1st General History, Miss Rice 4. 2nd General 
History, Miss Riggs 3. 

Government. Iowa and U. S. Civics (Review), Mr. Meyer- 
holz 2. Iowa History and Civics, Mr. Peterson 5. U. S. Civics, 
Mr. Peterson 3. 

Economics. Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 3; Mr. 
Peterson 4. 



5 8 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 

Drawing. 1st Drawing, Miss Thornton 3 : Miss Patt 
2. 2nd Drawing, Miss Thornton 4; Miss Patt 3-5; Miss Schune- 
man 2. 

Commercial. 1st Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 1-3; Mr. Cof- 
fey 5. 1st Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 2. 

Music. 1st \ 7 ocal Music, 1-2. 2nd Vocal 

Music,Miss Stenwall and 3 ; Miss Stenwall 5. 

Home Economics. Sewing, Miss Heinz 10:20 to 11:15. 
Elementary Food Theory and Lab®ratory Cooking, Miss Townsend 
(Tuesday, Thursday), 1:15 to 3:20. 

Physical Training. 

1st term Physical Training. 

Miss Hussey (Tuesday, Thursday) 5. 
2nd term Physical Training. 

MissH ailing oy (Tuesday, Thursday) 5-7. 
3rd term Physical Training. 

Miss Hussey (Monday, Wednesday) 6. 

Miss Hallingby (Tuesday, Thursday) 6. 

Miss Samson (Monday, Wednesday) 5. 
(Tuesday, Thursday) 7. 
Swimming. 

Mr. Pasini (Tuesday, Thursday) 5-6. 

Miss Hussey (Monday, Wednesday) 3-5. 
(Tuesday, Thursday) 3. 

Miss Hallingby (Tuesday, Thursday) 4. 
(Monday, Wednesday) 7. 

Miss Samson (Monday, Wednesday) 4-6. 
Tennis. 

Mr. Pasini (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 5 

Miss Hallingby (Monday, Wednesday) 3-4. 

Miss Samson (Tuesday, Thursday) 3-5-6. 
(Monday, Wednesday) 7. 
Rythm. 

Miss Hallingby (Monday, Wednesday) 6. 
Advanced Rythm. 

Miss Hu88ey (Tuesday, Thursday) 7. 
Advanced Gymnastics. 

Miss Hussey (Monday, Wednesday) 7.* 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. 5 'J 

Athletic:?. 

Miss Hdllingby (Monday, Wednesday) 5. 

Miss Samson (Tuesday, Thursday) 4. 

Medical Gymnastics. 

Miss Hussey (Tuesday, Thursday) 7.* 

Track Athletics. 

Mr. Seymour (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 6. 

Track Squad. 

Mr Seymour (Daily) 7-8.* 

Baseball. 

Mr. Pasini (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 6. 
Baseball Squad. 

Mr. Pasini (Daily) 7-8.* 
^Required of Juniors and Seniors of Physical Education Depart- 
ment. 



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CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 



COURSES OF STUDY 

AND 

PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS 

FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR 
1912-1913 



UNIVERSITY OF 

Vol. XIII. No. 2 JAN i 

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lege. Enterd at the Postoffis at Cedar Falls, 
Iowa, as Second Class Matter 



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Vol. XIII JUNE, 1912 No. 2 



BULLETIN 

OF THE 

IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 



COURSES OF STUDY 

AND 

PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS 

FOR SCHOOL YEAR 1912-1913 



Where the spelling in this Bulletin varies from the conventional 
form, it has been adopted for its simplicity and its preference for 
common usage. 



Iowa State Teachers College 

SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR 1912-1913 



FALL TERM— TWELVE WEEKS 
1912 

Sept. 3. — Tuesday, Enrollment, without penalty, 8 :00 a. m. 
to 4 :00 p. m. 

Sept. 4. — Wednesday, Chapel Exercises, 9 :00 a. m. to 9 :30 
a. m. ; Recitations begin 8 :00 a. m., half -hour 
class periods ; Enrollment with penalty, 1:30 p. m. 
to 4:00 p. m. 

Sept. 5. — Thursday, Training Schools open, 9 :00 a. m. 

Oct. 23, 24, 25. — Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Examina- 
tion for County Uniform Certificates, beginning 
Wednesday, 8 :00 a. m. 

Nov. 26. — Tuesday, Recitations close at noon. 

Nov. 25, 26, 27. — Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, State Cer- 
tificate Examinaticn, beginning Monday, 8 :00 a. 
m. 

WINTER TERM— TWELVE WEEKS 

1912 

Dec. 3. — Tuesday, Enrollment, without penalty, 8 :00 a. m 
to 4:00 p. m. 

Dec. 4. — Wednesday, Chapel Exercises, 9 :00 a. m. to 9 :30 
a. m. ; Recitations begin 8 :00 a. m. , half-hour 
class periods; Enrollment, wfrth penalty, 1:30 
p. m. to 4:00 p. m. 

Dec. 20. — Friday, Holiday Recess Begins at noon. 

1913 

Jan. 6. — Monday, Recitations Resumed, 8 :00 a. m. 



Iowa State Teachers College 



The Course of Study 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION. 

Applicants for unconditional admission to the College 
Course, hereafter printed in detail, must be at least sixteen years 
of age and must present satisfactory records from accredited sec- 
ondary schools showing a total of fifteen units of work in ac- 
cordance with the standards approved by the Iowa State Board 
of Education, as fully set out in detail in Bulletin No. 1 of 
the Board on Secondary School Relations. The term unit as 
here used signifies a year's work where the class hours are forty- 
five minutes, the number of class hours per week being not less 
than five. 

I. Constants. 

Groups of Subjects — Units 

1. One Foreign Language 2 

2. English 3 

3. Algebra 1% 

4. Plane Geometry 1 

5. History 1 

6. Electives 6y 2 



Total 15 

II. Electives. 

In selecting the units that are known as electives in the 
above requirement, the total that may be accepted for any one 
group always includes those units required for constants. The 
maximum number of units that may be offered on certificate 
from an accredited high school are as follows: 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



Groups 


of Subjects — 




Units 


1. 


Foreign Language — 




4 




(1) Greek 


2 to 4 






(2) Latin 


2 to 4 






(3) French 


2 to 4 






(4) Spanish 


2 to 4 






(5) German 


2 to 4 




2. 


English 




4 


3. 


History, Civics and Economics 




4 




(1) Ancient History 


y 2 to i 






(2) Medieval and Modern 








History ' 


i/ 2 to 1 






(3) Civil Government 


1/9 to 1 






(4) Economics 


% 






(5) General History in place 








of (1) and (2) 


1 






(6) U. S. History— 3rd and 








4th years 


i/ 2 to 1 






(7) English History 


1/2 to 1 




4. 


Mathematics 




4 




(1) Solid Geometry 


% 






(2) Plane Trigonometry 


y 2 






(3) Advanced Algebra 


% 




5. 


Science 




4y 2 




Physics 


1 






Chemistry 


1 






Physiography 


y 2 to 1 






Botany 


y 2 to 1 






Zoology 


1/9 to 1 






Physiology 


% 






Geology 


% 






Astronomy 


y 2 






Agriculture 


1/2 to 1 




6. 


Commercial Subjects 




2 




Adv. Arithmetic (after Algel 


>ra) I/? 






Bookkeeping 


1/2 to 1 






Commercial Geography 


% 






Commercial Law 


% 






Industrial History 


1/2 





IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



7. Industrial Subjects 

Freehand and Mechanical 

Drawing 
Manual Training — i. e. Shop 

Work 
Domestic Science 
Stenography 

Credit is not given for English grammar or United States 
history, unless taken in the latter part of the course, nor for 
arithmetic unless taken after algebra. 



% to 1 

y 2 to 2 
y 2 to i 

% to 1 



OUTLINE OF THE COLLEGE COURSE GIVING DIS- 
TRIBUTION" OF WORK AND DIRECTIONS CON- 
CERNING THE OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED. 



THE COLLEGE COURSE. 

Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Education. 
First Grade State Certificate Standard. 







Freshman Year. 






1. 

2. 
3. 


A 

Elective. 
Elective. 
Rhetoric. 


B 

1. Elective. 

2. Elective. 

3. Education I. 

Sophomore Year. 


1. 
2. 
3. 


C 
Elective. 
Elective. 
Education II 


1. 

2. 
3. 


A 

Elective. 
Elective. 
Education III. 


B 

1. Elective. 

2. Elective. 

3. Education IV. 

Junior Year. 


1. 
2. 
3. 


C 
Elective. 
Elective. 
Elective. 


1. 
2. 
3. 


A 
Elective. 
Elective. 

Elective. 


B 

1. Elective. 

2. Elective. 

3. Education V. 


1. 
2. 
3. 


C 
Elective. 
Elective. 
Education VI. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 9 

Senior Year. 

ABC 

1. Elective. 1. Elective. 1. Elective. 

2. Elective. 2. Elective. 2. Elective. 

3. Practise Teach- 3. Practise Teach- 3. Elective, 
ing. ing. 

Majors. — It is necessary for the student who takes the Col- 
lege Course to select one major study with some one department 
at the close of the Freshman year. A major consists of at least 
two full years of work, thus covering six term credits. After 
the major is decided the student is under the direction of the 
department in which the major belongs, and the Head of the 
Department becomes his advisor during the rest of his course. 
The different majors that are offered are in the following lines- • 



1. 


English. 


2. 


Public Speaking. 


3. 


Latin. 


4. 


German. 


5. 


French. 


6. 


Mathematics. 


7. 


Physics. 


8. 


Chemistry. 


9. 


Earth Science. 


10. 


Biological Science. 


11. 


History. 


12. 


Government. 


13. 


Economics. 


14. 


Education. 


15. 


Drawing. 


16. 


Manual Training. 


17. 


Heme Economics. 


18. 


Physical Education. 



DISTRIBUTION OF CREDITS IN THE COLLEGE 

COURSE. 

The following outline gives the distribution of studies that 
is required for graduation from the college course, each credit 
being 12 weeks of 5 lessons a. week. 



10 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

I. Professional Courses. Xumber of Credits. 

1. Professional 14 

2. English 3 

3. Foreign Language 3 

4. History, Government and Economics 3 

5. Science and Mathematics 3 

6. Elective 10 

Total 36 

7. Other work required : 

(a) Physical Training — two years. 

(b) Literary Society Work — four years. 

II. English Courses. 



III. 



IV. 



1. 

2. 
3. 


English 

Foreign Language 

History, Government and Economics 


12 
3 
3 


4. 


Science and Mathematics 


3 


5. 


Professional 


8 


6. 


Elective 


7 




Total 


36 


7. 


Same as in Professional Courses. 




Foreign Language Courses. 




1. 

2. 
3. 


Foreign Lauguage 

English 

History, Government and Economics 


12 
3 
3 


4. 


Science and Mathematics 


3 


5. 


Professional 


8 


6. 


Elective 


7 




Total 


36 


7. 


Same as in Professional Courses. 




History, Government and Economics Courses. 




1. 


History, Government and Economics 


12 


2. 
3. 


English 

Science and Mathematics 


3 
3 


4. 

0. 


Foreign Language 
Professional 


3 

8 


6. 


Elective 


7 




Total 


36 


7. 


Same as in Professional Courses. 





IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 11 

V. Science and Mathematics Courses. 

1. Science and Mathematics 15 

2. English 3 

3. Foreign Language 3 

4. History, Government and Economics 3 

5. Professional 8 

6. Elective 4 

Total 36 

7. Same as in Professional Courses. 

VI. Home Economics, Drawing, Physical Education and 
Manual Training Courses. 

1. Home Economics, etc. 9 

2. English 3 

3. Foreign Language 3 

4. History, Government and Economics 3 

5. Science and Mathematics 6 

6. Professional 8 

7. Elective 7 

Total 39 

8. Other Work Kequired : 

(a) Physical Training — two years. 

(b) Literary Society Work — four years. 

Other Privileges Allowed in all Courses. 
In addition to the required work necessary for graduation 
from the College Course as above specified, students are allowed 
to pursue work in vocal music, instrumental music, drawing, 
manual training, sewing, cooking, penmanship or other art sub- 
jects, provided not more than a total of four hours work a day 
is thus scheduled. These subjects are of such importance in 
public school work that this liberal plan has been adopted, it 
being recognized that a knowledge of these subjects greatly in- 
creases the opportunities of a teacher both as to location and 
as to superior salary. 

Department Subjects in the College Course 
This tabular arrangement gives the entire program of 
studies with the nomenclature adopted by the Faculty for the 
College Course. 



12 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

The numbers by which, the courses in the different depart- 
ments are to be designated are given below : 

Professional. 

Required Work — 

I— II. Psychology, L, II. 

III. School Management. 

IV. History of Education. 
V. Philosophy of Education. 

VI. School Administration. 
VII— VIII. Practise Teaching. 

Elective Courses — 

IX. Experimental Psychology. 

X. Genetic Psychology. 
XI. Educational Classics. 
XII. Lecture Course on Social and Sex Psychology, 2 
hours, % credit. 

XIII. Rural School Problems. 

XIV. Practise Teaching. 

English. 

I. College Rhetoric. 

II. Theme Writing and Story Telling. 

III. Public Speaking I. 

IV. Argumentation. 

V. The Art of Oratory — Public Speaking II. 
VI. Advanced Exposition. 
VII. English Literature. 
VIII. AngloSaxon. 

IX. Middle English and History of the English Lan- 
guage. 
X. Shakespeare. 
XL Literary Criticism. 
XII. The English Romantic Movement. 
XIIL— XIV. History of the English Drama L, II. 

XV. English Literature of the Nineteenth Century. 

XVI. American Literature. 

X VII. The I Vvolopment of the English Novel. 
XVIII— XIX. Elocution L, II. 
XX. Applied Drama. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 13 

X XI— XXII— XXIII. Kepertoire L, II., III. 
X XIV. Principles of Expression. 
X XV. The Teaching of English. 

Note. In curricula where two terms of English are re- 
quired, course I and course VII are to be taken, unless other- 
wise specified in the curriculum. In curricula where three 
terms of English are required, the courses to be taken are I, VII, 
and one of the following courses: II, V, VI. Courses II, V, 
VI and VII are electives for other students; and all other 
courses are free electives, except where Elocution or Public 
Speaking is prescribed in certain curricula. 

Latin and Greek. 

Latin — 

I. Cicero, Cato Major. 
II. Livy. 
III. Horace, Epodes and Odes. 
IV — V — VI. Latin Composition. 
VII— VIII— IX. Koman Literature. 
X — XI — XII. Historical Latin Grammar. 
XIII— XIV— XV. Senior Electives. 

XVI— XXL College Elementary Latin. 
Note. Only courses I — XV can be counted as a part of a 
Latin Major. 

Greek — 

I — II. Lessons. 

III. Anabasis. 

IV. Plato. 

V— VI.— Homer. 

German and French. 

German — 

I. Die Jungfrau von Orleans. 
II. German Prose Composition. 

III. Emilia Galotti, Lyrics and Ballads. 

IV. Xathan der Weise. 
V. Iphigenie auf Tauris. 

VI. Der dreissigjaehrige Krieg. 
VII. Modern German Prose or Scientific German. 
VIII. Selections from German Classics. 



14 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Xotes. 1. The above outline of work is for students 
who have had a minimum of two' years of German in an ac- 
credited high school, or its equivalent. Students who have met 
in some other foreign language the reguired entrance conditions, 
may take beginning German for college credit. Of this there 
are four terms ; namely, German IX, X, XI, and XII. 

2. Other authors of similar grade will be read at times 
instead of those here listed. 

French — 

I. Lessons — Grammar and Pronunciation. 
II. Grammar continued ; Les Prisonniers du Caucase, 
and other easy French. 

III. Le Voyage de Monsieur Perrichon, and L'Abbe 

Constantin. 

IV. La Mare au Diable, and L'Histoire d'un jeune 

Homme pauvre. 

V. Le Gendre de M. Poirier, and Un Philosophe sous 

les Toits. 
VI. Le Pecheur d'lslande, and Le Bourgeois Gen- 
tilhomme. 
Mathematics. 

I. Solid Geometry. 

II. College Algebra I. 

III. Plane Trigonometry. 

IV. College Algebra II. 

V. Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying. 

VI. History and Teaching of Mathematics. 
VII. Analytical Geometry. 

VIII. Differential Calculus. 
IX. Integral Calculus. 

Chemistry. 

I — II. General Inorganic. 
III. Qualitative Analysis. 
I Y Y. Quantitative Analysis. 
VI. Special Methods in Quantitative Analysis. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 16 



Physics. 




I. 


Mechanics and Sound. 


II. 


Light and Heat. 


III. 
IV. 


Electricity and Magnetism. 
Teachers' Special Course. 


V. 
VI. 


Adv. Laboratory Work in General Physics. 
Adv. Laboratory Work in Electricity. 


Natural Science. 


I. 
II- 
IV. 


Physiology I. 
-III. Botany I., II. 
Hygiene and Sanitation. 


V- 


-VI— VII. Zoology I ? II, III. 


VIII. 
IX- 
XI. 


Physiography I. 
-X. Geology I., II. 
Mineralogy. 


XII. 
XIII. 


Astronomy. 

Commercial Geography cf North America. 


XIV. 
XV. 


Commercial Geography of Europe. 

Influences of Geography upon American History. 



History. 

I. American History. 
II. English History. 

III. Greek History. 

IV. Roman History. 
V. Medieval History. 

VI. Renaissance and Reformation. 

VII. Eighteenth Century History. 

VIII. Nineteenth Century History. 

IX. Method History or Teachers' History. 

Government. 

I. American Government. 
II — III. American Constitutional History I, II. 

IV. English Government. 

V. Modern European Governments. 
VI. Municipal Government. 

VII. International Law. 

VIII. Constitutional Law. 

IX. English Constitutional History. 



16 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



Economics. 




I. General Economics. 




II. Economic and Social Problems. 




III. American Industrial History. 




IV. English Industrial History. 




V. Money and Banking. 




VI. Industrial Corporations. 




Drawing. 




* I — II. Cast Drawing 


% credit each 


III. History of Architecture 


1 " 


IV. History of Painting 


1 " 


* V. Perspective 


y 2 " 


* VI. Still life 


% " 


* VII— VIII. Water color 


% " each 


* IX. Design 


% " 



Manual Training, Physical Education or 

Home Economics 3 credits 



Manual Training. 



I— II. 



Manual Training Methods 



1 credit each 



EI. Organization and Economics of 



% 



each 
each 

each 



Manual Training 

* IV— V— VI— VII. Mechanical Draw- 

ing 

* VIII— IX— X— XL Design and Con- 

struction in Wood 

* XII. Wood Turning 

■ XIII — XIV. Design and Construction 

in Sheet Metal *, 

* XV. Primary Handwork \ 

* XVI. Elementary Handwork ^ 

Note. Courses in I, II, III, VI 
XII. and XIII constitute a Manual Training Major. 

I Ionic Economics. 

■ T — 1 1 III. Sewing l/, credit each 
IV— V— VI— VII. Elementary Food 

Theory % " " 

' VII] IX. Dietetics % " " 

X. Demonstrations ^ " 



VII, IX, X, 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 17 

* XI. Principles of the Selection and 

Preparation of Foods l 1 /^ credits 

* XII. Household Management 2-5 credit 

* XIII. Household Architecture 2-5 credit 

* XIV. Methods, Home Economics 1-5 credit 

* Manual Training, Physical Education or 

Drawing 2 credits 

Note. In Manual Training, Home Economics and Draw- 
ing Majors here outlined the fractions given specify the parti- 
cular value of said courses when applied to the College Course. 

Physical Education. 
I — II. Anatomy. 

* III. Hygiene. 

* IV. Physical Department Methods. 

* V. Playground Methods. 

* VI. History and Literature of Physical Training. 

* VII. Anthropometry and Physical Diagnosis. 

* VIII. Physiology of Exercise. 

* IX. Medical Gymnastics and Massage. 

Other General Electives. 



Music — 




Music I. 

Music II. 

Harmony I, II, III, IV. 

History of Music 1,11. 


!/2 credit 
\ ; 2 credit 
2 credits 
1 credit 



THE JITXIOR COLLEGE COUESE, 

In conformity with the custom of the State Teachers Col- 
lege to give a diploma for two years work in the institution 
after possessing the secondary scholarship of a fully accredited 
high school, the Junior College Course is provided. This course 
is distributed as to the number of term credits as follows: 

* Xot accepted as electives on courses other than those in 
which majors are chosen in Home Economics, Drawing, Phy- 
sical Education or Manual Training. 



18 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Departments of Work dumber of Credits 

English 2 

Foreign Language 2 

History, Government and Economics 2 

Science and Mathematics 2 

Professional and Training 6 

Elective 4 

Total 18 

In addition, the candidate for the diploma must have two 
years of Physical Training and two years of Literary Society 
Work. 

State Certificate Requirements. 

This diploma may or may not entitle the holder to the 
Second Grade State Certificate. Those who desire to secure 
this honorary credential as a teacher must have studied either 
in the high school or the Teachers College, or have passed a 
teachers' certificate examination of high grade, the following: 
1. Arithmetic; 2. Geography; 3. English Grammar; 4. United 
States History; 5. Vocal Music; 6. Physiology; 7. Civics (in- 
cluding civil government of Iowa) ; 8. Algebra- (including 
Quadratics, ratio, proportion, variation and logarithms) ; 9. 
Physics; 10. Economics (including the topics: the marginal 
theory of value and the laws of distribution, money — its nature 
and history in the United States, the quantity theory, monopolies 
and trusts, public ownership, or regulation) ; 11. Bookkeep- 
ing (single and double entry) ; 12. Drawing (including com- 
position, illustrative and elementary perspective) ; 13. Des- 
criptive Botany; 14. English Composition. 

THE DIPLOMAS MASTER OF DIDACTICS AND 
BACHELOR OF DIDACTICS TO BE DIS- 
CONTINUED. 

Under regulations adopted by the State Board of Educa- 
li'.n January 3, 1912, the diploma, Bachelor of Didactics, will 
Ik- discontinued in 1913 and in its place the Junior College 
Diploma will be issued. The diploma, Master of Didactics, 
will br; discontinued in 1914 as a recognition for completing a 
three year course of college grade and will only be used as a di- 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 19 

ploma to be granted to sucb college graduates as take the one 
year professional course elsewhere outlined for such class of 
students. 

THE PROFESSIONAL COURSE OF STUDY FOR 
COLLEGE GRADUATES. 

The Iowa State Teachers College has developed profession- 
al courses for college graduates that deserve special recognition 
for their practical features and for their large professional 
helpfulness. College graduates cf decided success in teaching 
can complete one of these courses by attending three successive 
summer terms and doing special assigned work during the 
interim. Before graduation they will need to establish proofs 
of their success being excellent and positive. Where practise 
teaching is omitted with the consent of the department, other 
professional credits may be substituted on arrangement with the 
department. Those not having this standard of success are 
developed and trained by the Practise Teaching department 
which is m active work during the fall, winter and spring terms 
of each school year. For inexperienced teachers, the regular 
sessions are better adapted, as the training schools are then reg- 
ularly m session. to 

I. Professional Course in Education. 

First Term. 

1. Advanced Psychology. 

2. School Management. 

3. History of Education. 

Second Term. 

1. Philosophy of Education. 

2. School Administration. 

3. Practise Teaching. 

Third Term. 
1. Experimental Psychology. 



Educational Classics 
3. Practise Teaching. 



20 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

II. Professional Course With Eeectives. 

1. Education jj cre <^ s 

2. Practise Teaching * credits 

3. Scholastic Studies ^credits 

Total required 9 credits 

Graduates of approved colleges can complete either course 
in one year of efficient study and training, and wnl receive 
the 'diploma of Master of Didactics and a First Grade 
State Certificate, provided they meet all the requirements de- 
manded hy the State Board of Educational Examiners. 

Observations on These Courses. 

1 Some branches of the above work can be personal, 
individual studies, laboratory and library in character, on lines 
outlined by the Professional department. These studies are to 
be carefully made and results submitted to the department for 
examination, criticism and instruction. The library is so strong 
in Pedagogy that this work is of great and lasting professional 
value. 

2. For entrance upon this course a complete detail of all 
work taken at the College must be filed. 

3 Substitutions will be granted for efficient pedagogical 
work taken at a college with a strong professional department. 
Great liberty will be allowed to such grade of students so as 
to enable them to prepare both wisely and well for the best pub- 
lic services in any special line of school work but m every case 
a year's attendance at this college is required. Such students 
are excused from literary society work if they apply to the 
Faculty for such release. 

III. Professional Course as Special Teachers. 

College graduates desiring special training in such work as 
Bupervisors of music, physical education, manual training, home 
economics, drawing, kindergarten, or primary teaching, are 
granted a one year course arranged to suit their scholarship and 
attainments. 'When they satisfy the Faculty of their qualifica- 
tions the appropriate diploma will be granted. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 21 

SPECIAL TEACHER COURSES. 
Standards Required and Honors Conferred. 

Conditions of Admission, The standards adopted by the 
State Board of Education as required for entrance upon 
the College Course are the same for the Special Teacher Courses 
except that graduates of four year high schools may be admitted 
without foreign language credits, provided they have equivalent 
credits in other kinds of high school work. 

The Diploma Conferred. The Special Teacher courses 
each cover two years of strong work in scholastic, general profes- 
sional and special professional lines. They are the equivalent 
in standard of special excellence with other college courses of 
similar length but they are organized to give special attention 
to some one line of definite training. For the completion of 
these two years of study and training, a Special Teacher Di- 
ploma is awarded and a five year state certificate of a special 
kind is granted by the State Board of Examiners. 

For the completion of an additional year of study, a Di- 
rector or Supervisor Diploma is awarded as an additional recom- 
mendation of qualification and training for executive work 
along these specialties of teaching. When a three-year course 
is printed, the third year is the supervisor or director course. 

In some particular departments where students complete 
the full line of special professional work required, such as 
music and art, department certificates may be obtained by such 
persons as do not desire to complete the scholastic and the gen- 
eral professional work required for a diploma. 

In all Special Teacher Courses the elective studies must 
be chosen from the list of branches and term's work designated 
as of full college grade. These elections must be made by con- 
sulting the heads of the departments involved in order to avoid 
all mistakes. 

THE ELEMENTARY TEACHERS COURSE. 









First Year. 








A 




B 




C 


1. 


Education I: 


1. 


Education II. 


1. 


Education III. 


2. 


Rhetoric 


2. 


College Elective 


2. 


College Elective. 


3. 


Free Elective 


3. 


Free Elective 


3. 


Free Elective 


4, 


Vocal Music. 


4. 


Drawing 


4. 


Drawing 



Physical Training Literary Society Work. 



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1. Education IV 

2. College Elective 

3. Free Elective 

4. Review 



Second Year. 

B C 

Practise Teach- 1. Practise Teach- 
ing, ing. 

College Elective 2. College Elective 

Eree Elective 3. Free Elective 



4. Review 
Physical Training 



4. Review 



Literary Society Work. 

1. The free electives may be secondary subjects not pur- 
sued in high school, foreign language or college subjects. These 
must be chosen in such a way that state certificate requirements 
are met. 

2. Two terms work in Manual Arts are also accepted 
on the free elective credits. 

3. Three reviews must be selected from the following 
subjects: Penmanship, Physiology, U. S. History, English 
Grammar, Arithmetic and Geography, unless the student has 
received satisfactory credits for such work in the eleventh or 
twelfth grades of an accredited high school, maintaining a nor- 
mal course. 



A 

1. Primary Meth- 

ods. 

2. Education I. 

3. Manna] Arts 
1. Rhetoric 



THE PRIMARY TEACHERS COURSE, 

First Year. 

B C 



1. Primary Meth- 

ods. 

2. Elocution 

3. Education II. 

4. Drawing 



1. Primary Meth- 

ods. 

2. Education III. 

3. Obs. in Training 

School. 

4. Draw in <r 



Phy i'-:il Trailing; one term, four lessons a week, two 
terms, two lessons a week. 

Literary Society Work. 



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23 



1. Elective 

2. Vocal Music 

3. Zoology 

4. Criticism and 

Practise 



Second Yc-av. 

B 

Education IV 



2. Vocal Music 

3. Eng. Literature 

4. Criticism and 

Practise 



1. Kg. Theory and 
Obs. 

2. Botany 

3. Elective 

4. Criticism and 

Practise. 
Physical Training, two terms, two lessons a week. 
Literary Society Work. 

Criticism, two hours a week, second and third terms. Prac- 
tise Teaching, five periods a week. 

Notes. 1. Any other science may be substituted for 
Zoology and Botany provided the student has had these subjects 
in the secondary course. 

2. One term of work in Manual Arts is able to be taken 
as an elective credit. 



THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS COURSE. 



3. 



Kg. principles 

(The Mother 

Plays) 
K^. Materials 

"(The Play 

Gifts) 
Games 

(Game Circle) 
Education I. 
Rhetoric 



4. Drawing 



First Year. 

B 
Kg. Principles 
(The Mother 
, ^ays) 
Kg Materials 
(The Play 
Gifts) 
Stories 

(Story Telling. 
Education II. 
Vocal Music 
Drawing 



C 
Kg. Handwork 
(The Occupa- 
tions) 
Kg. Lesson Plans 
(The Program) 
Life of Froebel 
(Kg. Origin 
and Growth) 
Education III. 
Vocal Music 
, Nature Studv 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



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IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



1. Kg. Practise 

2. Kg. Practise 

3. Elocution 

4. Elective 



1. Kg. Theory 

2. Education V. 

3. Harmony 

4. Elective 



Second Year. 
B 
Kg. Principles 

(Advanced 

Mother Play) 
Stories 

(Study and 

Classification) 
Games 

(Theory) 

2. Kg. Practise 

3. Education IV. 

4. Elective 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work 

Supervisor Year. 
B 
1. Kg. Theory 



Education of Man 
(Froebel's Ed. 
Laws) 

Program Mak- 
ing. 

Elective 

Primary Theory 



4. Elective 



C 



1. Education IX. 

2. Education VI. 2. Kg. Practise 

3. Public Speaking 3. Hist, of Painting 

4. Elective 4. Elective 
Literary Society Work. 

Note. Two terms work in Manual Arts are able to be 
taken as elective credits. 

THE PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHEKS COURSE. 



1. Education I. 

2. Rhetoric 

3. Music I. (half 
credit.; 

I. Music II. 
(half credit.) 



First Year. 
B 

1. Education II. 

2. Eng. Literature 
'Harmony I (3) 

Sightsinging 
and Methods 
(2) 



C 
1. Nature Study 
Harmony II (3) 
Sightsinging and 
Conducting (2) 

History of Music 

I. (3) 
Methods in School 

Music (2) 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



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A 

1. Sound 

2. Elocution 
History of Music 

II. -(3) 
3<! Child Voice and 
Conducting 
(2) 



l. Education IV. 
f Harmony IV (3) 
[Supervision (2) 

3. Practise Teach- 



Second Year. 
B 

1. History 

2. Education III 
Harmony III 

(3) 
Musical Appre- ing 

ciation (2) 
4. Practise Teach- 
ing ^ 
Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Two years of Voice are required (one lesson per week.) 

One year of Piano is required (one lesson per week.) 

Notes. 1. The figures in parentheses indicate the num- 
ber of recitation hours per week, when less than five hours a 
week is given. "Music I." consists of sightsinging and chorus 
work. "Music II." in addition to sightsinging and chorus work 
includes elementary theory of music, history of music, and 
musical appreciation aided by the pianola and victrola. 

2. Students completing all the music work required in 
the above course and the practise teaching, in addition to one 
term of psychology, one term of school management, one term 
of elocution, and two electives in English, may be granted a 
certificate from the department. 



THE DRAWING TEACHERS COURSE. 
First Year. 



A 

1. Cast Drawing 

2. Greek History 

3. Education I. 

4. Rhetoric. 



B 

1. Cast Drawing 

2. Medieval Hist. 

3. Education II. 2. 

4. Hist, of Arch. 3. 
and Sculpture 4. 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



1. Hist, of Paint- 
ing 

Education III. 
El. Handwork 
Botanv I. 



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IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



Second Year. 
B 

1. Perspective 

2. Elective 

3. Eng. Literature 

4. Prac. Teaching 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 

A Director's Course will be planned for anyone who de- 
sires to take an additional year. 



A 

1. Still Life 

2. Elocution 

3. Elective 

4. Education IV. 



C 

1. Supv. in Art 

2. Mathematics 

3. Elective 

4. Prac. Teaching 



THE MANUAL.TRAIKENG TEACHERS COURSE. 



A 

1. Education I. 

2. Rhetoric 

3. Pri. Handwork 

4. Mech. Drawing 



First Year. 
B 

1. Education II. 

2. Eng. Lit, 

3. Elem. Handwork 

4. 1st Drawing 



Physical Training. 



1. Education III. 

2. Mathematics 
Elective 

3. Design 

4. Mech. Drawing 

5. Bench Work 



1. Education IV. 

2. Man. Tr. Meth- 
ods 

3. Bench Work 

4. Sheet Metal 
Work 

5. Mech. Drawing 



Literary Society Work. 

Second Year. 
B 
1. Prac. Teaching 



2. Man. Tr. Meth- 
ods 

3. Coll. Elective 

4. Bench Work 

5. Special Elective 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



1. Prac. Teaching 

2. Physics I. 

3. Coll. Elective 

4. Bench Work 

5. Special Elective 



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27 



THE HOME ECONOMICS TEACHERS COURSE. 



A 

1. Elementary 1. 
Food Theory 

2. Sewing 2. 

3. Principles of 3. 
Foods 



First Year. 
B 

Elementary 
Food Theory 

Sewing 

Principles of 
Foods 



4. Inorg. Chemistry 4. Inorg. Chemistry 



5. Rhetoric 



5. Education I. 



C 

1. Elementary 
Food Theory 

2. Sewing 

3. Principles of 
Foods 

4. Qual. Analysis 

5. Education II. 

6. Household Mgt. 

7. Methods, Home 
Econ. 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



A 

1. Elementary 
Fcod Theory 

2. Dietetics 

3. Household Chem. 

4. Education III. 

5. Practise Teach- 
ing 



Second Year. 
B 
1. Dietetics 



1. Food Analysis 



2. Household Arch. 2. Demonstrations 



3. Education IV. 

4. Adv. Physiology 

5. Practise Teach- 
ing 



3. Household 
Chem. 

4. Sanitation 

5. Practise Teach- 
ing 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Note. The course in Home Economics here printed may 
be taken during three of four years by selecting scholastic 
studies under the direction of the Faculty. 

THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS COURSE. 

First Year. 



1. Anatomy I. 

2. Elocution I. 

3. Education I. 



B 

1. Anatomy II. 

2. Elocution II. 

3. Education II. 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 



1. Adv. Physiology 

2. Rhetoric 

3. Education III. 



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IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 





Second Year. 




A 


B 


C 


1. Phys. Dept. 
Meth. 

2. Elective 

3. Hygiene 


1. Playground 1. Hist, and Lit. of 
Meth. Phys. Training 

2. Elective 2. Elective 

3. Chemistrv I. 3. Chemistry II. 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 




Third Year. 




A 


B 


c 


1. Anthro. and 
Phys. Diagnosis 

2. Practise Teach- 
ing 

3. Elective 

4. Vocal Music 


1. Practise Teach- 
ing 

2. Education IV. 

3. Elective 

4. Elective 


1. Physiology of 
Exercise 

2. Med. Gym. and 
Massage 

3. Education X (3 
hrs.) 

4. Mech. Drawing 



Notes. 1. 
sical Education. 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

The diploma given is that of Director of Phy- 



2. Students contemplating becoming candidates for the 
Bachelor of Arts in Education Degree should make that fact 
known at the beginning of the course. 



THE COMMERCIAL TEACHERS COURSE. 





A 




First Year. 
B 




C 


1. 


Com'l Arith- 


1. 


Accounting 


1. 


Prac. of Banking 




metic 


2. 


Eng. Composi- 


2. 


Commercial Cor- 


2. 


Adv. Penman- 




tion 




respondence 




ship. 


3. 


Shorthand and 


3. 


Shorthand and 


3. 


Shorthand and 




Typewriting 




Typewriting 




Typewriting 


4. 


Education II. 


4. 


Education III. 


4. 


Education I. 











Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



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29 







Second Year. 




A 


B C 


1. 

2 

3. 
4. 


Am. Government 1. Coll. Economics 1. Money and 
Rhetoric 2. Eng. Literature Banking 
Elective 3. Com'l Geog. 1ST. 2. ComT Law 
Education IV. A. 3. Com'l Geog. 
4. Practise Teach- Europe 

ing 4. Practise Teach 






8 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 



THE NORMAL COURSES. 

I. County Certificate Standard. 



A 

1. Arithmetic 

2. Reading 

3. English Gram- 
mar 

4. Orthography 

5. Vocal Music 



Eirst Year. 

B • 

1. Arithmetic 

2. Geography 

3. English Gram- 
mar 

4. U. S. History 

5. Vocal Music 



C 

1. Physiology 

2. Geography 

3. Eng. Composition 

4. U. S. History 

5. Penmanship 



1. Manual Arts 

2. Algebra 



Second Year. 

B 

1. Didactics 

2. Algebra 



3. Eng. Composition 3. El. Physics 

4. El. Economics 4. Agriculture 



C 

1. Methods 

2. El. Civics 

3. El. Physics 

4. Agriculture or 
Manual Arts 



Notes: 1. Admission to this course requires country 
school diploma or equivalent scholarship. 

2. Abridgements will be given for all subjects on uni- 
form county certificates showing 75 per cent, or above. 

3. A certificate will be awarded, giving statement of 
qualifications attained, on completion of this course. 



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IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



II. The Normal Course. 

Second Grade State Certificate Standard. 

Recognition : The Normal Diploma. 

First Year. 





A 


B 




C 


1. 

2. 
3. 

4. 


Algebra 
* Sanitation 
Eng. Classics 
Vocal Music 


1. Algebra 

2. General History 

3. * Bookkeeping 

4. Drawing 
Physical Training. 

Second Year. 


1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 


Physics 

General History 
* Elocution 
Drawing 




A 


B 




C 


1. 
2. 
3. 

4. 


Physics 

Plane Geometry 
Psychology 
* Drawing 


1. * Physiography 1. 

2. Plane Geometry 2. 

3. Psychology 3. 

4. Choral Music 4. 
Physical Training. 

Literary Society Work. 


General Botany 
* Solid Geometry 
Sch. Management 
Eng. Classics 






Third Year. 








A 


B 




C 


1. 
2. 

3. 
4. 


Ehetoric 

College Algebra 
I. or Trigonome- 
try 

History of Edu- 
cation 

Special Elective 


1. English Litera- 
ture 

2. Economics I. 

3. Practise Teach- 
ing 

4. Special Elective 


1. 

2. 
3. 

4. 


Am. Government 
Am. History 
Practise Teach- 
ing 
Special Elective 



Literary Society Work. 

Notes. 1. The Special Electives required in the third year 
shall be taken from Vocal Music, Drawing, Manual Arts, 
Home Economics, Commercial Studies and Agriculture at the 
preference of the student. 

2. Admission to this course requires a first grade uniform 
county certificate or its equivalent, Abridgement will be made by 



Foreign Language to the extent <>f at least one year may be substitute*!. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 31 

the Examiner for work done in standard and reputable schools. 

3. Two terms work in Manual Arts are able to be selected 
as elective credits. 

III. Special Normal Courses. 
Special State Certificate Standard. 
Recognition: Special Normal Diplomas . 

1. Primary Normal Course. 

2. Kindergarten Normal Course. 

3. Public School Music Normal Course. 

4. Manual Training Normal Course. 

5. Home Economics Normal Course. 

6. Drawing Normal Course. 

7. Commercial Normal Course. 

Notes: 1. Admission to all the Special Normal Courses 
requires First Grade Uniform County Certificate or its equiv- 
alent. 

2. The First Year of these special courses will be planned 
by the Registrar to suit the individual condition of scholar- 
ship and the individual needs that are essential to the special 
course chosen. 

3. These special courses are not planned on any 
theory that such persons would desire to take a College Course 
following their graduation. 

4. The Second and Third Years of these special courses 
are the same as those adopted by the Faculty for Special 
Teacher Courses. 

SPECIAL MUSIC TEACHER COURSES. 

Conditions of Admission. Students are admitted to these 
music courses on liberal terms as to preparatory training and are 
encouraged to begin early enough to develop the skill and capa- 
bility for professional artistic success that are so notably de- 
manded in teachers of these kinds. 

To become a candidate for graduation, the student must 
have attained to the scholastic qualificatons required for full col- 
lege entrance. These scholastic conditions may be acquired 
in any good secondary school or may be accomplished in the 
certificate courses at the College. 



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IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



Conditions of Graduation. A special Teacher Diploma 
will be awarded to such persons as complete satisfactorily any 
one of the courses here outlined, but as skill and capability as 
musicians are also essential qualities to be attained, the exact 
time necessary to complete any one of these courses can not 
be stated in school years. The candidate must have sufficient 
proficiency in the special line chosen to secure the recommenda- 
tion of the professors in charge of the work to become an ap- 
plicant for graduation. The courses as here mapped out, outside 
of the attainment in capability as a musician can be satisfactorily 
completed in three years. 

THE PIANO COURSE. 

Piano lessons must be continued through the entire period 
of study, two lessons a week. A second study — voice or orches- 
tral instrument — must also be carried, with either one or two 
lessons a week, each term except the last year. 

Other work required will be: 



Elem'ts of Music 5 
German 5 
Music History 2 

A 

Harmony 2 
Music History 2 
Sound 5 



First Year. 

B 

English Composi- 
tion 5 
German 5 

Second Year. 
B 
Harmony 2 
Eng. Literature 5 

Third Year. 



German 5 
Music History 2 



C 
Harmony 2 
Elocution 5 



ABC 

Harmony 2 Harmony 2 Harmony 2 

Psychology 5 Medieval Hist 5 Modern History 5 

The figures after the subjects indicate the number of reci- 
tation periods per week. 

THE VIOLIN COURSE. 

Violin lessons must be continued through the entire period 
of study two Jfs^Tis per week. The piano work must be car- 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



33 



ried for two years successfully with at least one lesson a week. 
Attendance at two orchestra rehearsals and one class in ensem- 
ble playing is also required each week. 

The general entrance requirements are the same as for 
Voice and Piano courses, except that before beginning the 
regular course the student must finish the preparatory which 
can be accomplished in one year of two lessons per week. Stu- 
dents may at their option take merely the music branches of 
the Violin course upon satisfactory completion of which they 
will receive a department certificate. 





First Year. 




A 


E 


C 


Elem'ts of Music 5 
German 5 
Music History 2 


Elem'ts of Music 5 
German 5 

Second Year. 


Music History 2 
German 5 
Ear Training 2 


A 


B 


C 


Harmony 2 
Music History. 2 
Sound 5 


Harmony 2 
Eng. Literature 5 

Third Year. 


Harmony 2 
Psychology 5 


A 


B 


C 


Harmony 2 
Psychology 5 


Harmony 2 
Medieval Hist. 5 


Harm. Analysis 2 
Modern History 5 



The figures after the subjects indicate the number of reci- 
tation periods per week. 

THE VOICE COURSE. 

Three years of voice lessons (two a week), and two years 
piano lessons (one a week), will be required. 



First Year. 
ABC 

Elem'ts of Music 5 Elem'ts of Music 5 German 5 
German 5 German 5 Elem'ts of Music 5 

Music History 2 Theory of Phys. 

Training 5 



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A 

Harmony 2 
Music Hist. 
Sound 5 



A 

Harmony 2 
Psychology 5 
French 5 



Second Year. 

B 

Harmony 2 
Eng. Literature 5 



C 

Harmony 2 
Psychology 5 



Third Year. 

B 

Harmony 2 
French 5 
Medieval Hist. 5 
The figures after the subjects indicate the number of reci- 
tation periods per week. 



C 

Harm. Analysis 2 
French 5 
Modern Hist. 5 



PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS 



Explanatory Note 

This program of recitations is printed for the full school 
year, presenting the work for the Fall, Winter and Spring 
terms. The work is organized on the basis of the past year, 
and may be expanded if numbers enrold should demand it. 

The nomenclature used gives in order: 1. The College 
Course; 2. The Special Teacher Courses; 3. The Normal 
Courses, for each term. The electivs in Home Economics, 
Drawing, Manual Training or Physical Education which may 
apply on a college course in case a major is taken in one of 
these lines, will be found listed with the subjects belonging to 
the Special Teacher Courses. 

The subject of study is given in the terminology adopted 
by the departments, complete explanation being given in the 
Catalog and Circular for 1912. Roman numerals indicate 
different terms of college work; Arabic numerals, different 
terms of all other work; C, complete subject. 

The following are the hours of work in the school for 
the year : 

First Hour 8:00 to 8:55 

Second Hour 8:55 to 9:50 

Assembly 9 :50 to 10 :20 

Third Hour 10:20 to 11:15 

Fourth Hour 11 :15 to 12 :10 

Fifth Hour 1:30 to 2:25 

Sixth Hour 2:25 to 3:20 

Seventh Hour 3:20 to 4:15 

Eighth Hour 4 :15 to 5 :00 

Of these the first to fifth, inclusiv, are regarded as regu- 
lar class hours. 

Library Hours — School days, 7:30 a-, m. to 9:30 p. m. 
Saturdays, 7:30 a. m. to 12:00. 



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Literary Societies — Fridays, 2:25 p. m. Saturdays, 7:00 
p. m. 

Faculty Meetings — Mondays, 2:25 p. m. 

Assignment for Rehearsals of Musical Societies- 
Choral Society — Tuesdays, 6 :30 p. m. 
Cecilians — Wednesdays, 2 :25 p. m. 
Euterpeans — Tuesdays, 2:25 p. m. 
Young Ladies' Glee Club — Mondays, 2 :25 p. m. 



Minnesingers — Wednesdays, 2:25 p. 



in. 



Troubadours — Tuesdays, 2:25 p. m. 
Orchestra — Mondays and Thursdays, 3:30 p. m. 
Band — Tuesdays and Fridays, 3 :30 p. m. 
Ensemble Class — Wednesdays, 3 :30 p. m. 
Band Classes — Wednesdays, 3 :30 p. m. 

FALL TERM 

First Period 
College Courses 

Analytical Geometry — Mr. Condit. 

Economic and Social Problems — Mr. McKUrick. 

Educational Classics — Mr. Walters. 

Elocution I. — Miss Martin, 

French IV. — Mr. Knoepfler. 

German III (Emilia Galotti ; Lyrics and Ballads) — Miss 

Lor en z. 
History of English Drama I. — Miss Lambert. 
History of Music II. (Mom, Wed., Thurs.)-— Miss Childs. 
Latin L (Cato Major) — Mr. Merchant. 
Latin XIX. (Ovid)— Miss Call. 
Mannnl Training Methods I. — Mr. Bailey. 
Method History — Miss Riggs. 
Psychology T. — Mr. Samson. 
Rhetoric — Mr. Gist. 
Rhetoric Miss Carpenter. 
School Management — Mr. Colgrove. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Chemistry I. (Home Economics) Mr. Getchell. 
Kindergarten Theory (Junior) — Miss Ward. 



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Music (^Conducting) (Fri. ) — Mr. Fullerton. 

Music (Child Voice) (Tues.) — Miss Stenwall. 

Primary Methods 1 — Miss McGovern. 

Principles of Selection and Preparation of Foods 1 (Mon., 

Wed.) — Miss Townsend. 
Psychology I. — Mr. Mount. 
Psychology I. — Miss Buck. 
Shorthand 3— Mr. Coffey. 
Water Color — Miss Schuneman. 
Zoology (Primary) — Mr. Arey. 

Normal Courses 

Agriculture 1 — 

Algebra 1 and 2 — Miss Lambert. 

Arithmetic C — Mr. Cory. 

Arithmetic 1 — Miss Allen. 

Civics, Review — Mr. Peterson. 

Civics of U. S. — Mr. Loomis. 

Drawing 1 — Miss Fait. 

English Grammar 1 — Miss Hearst. 

Geography 2 — Miss Aitchison. 

German 1 — Miss Nolte 

Handwork — Mrs. McMahon. 

Hygiene and Sanitation — Mr. Newton. 

Music 1 — 

Orthography — Miss Oliver. 

Penmanship 1 — Mr. Cummins. 

Physics 1 — Mr. Hersey. 

Physiography — Mr. Cable. 

Sewing — Miss Heinz. 

Second Period 

College Courses 

'American Government — Mr. Loomis. 

American History — Miss Biggs. 

Botany II. — 

College Algebra I. — Mr. Condit. 

Commercial Geography of North America — Miss Aitchison. 

French I. — Mr. Knoepfler. 

German II. (Prose Composition) — Miss Lorenz. 



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German X. (Lessons; Grammar) — Miss Nolte. 
Greek I. (Lessons) (Hon., Wed., Fri.)— Miss Call. 
Greek IV. (Plato) (Tues., Thurs.)— Miss Call 
Greek History — Miss Bice. 
History of Education — Mr. Walters. 

Latin IV. (Composition) (Tries,, Thurs.) — Mr. Merchant. 
Latin VII. (Roman Literature) (Mon., Wed., Fri.) — Mr. Mer- 
chant. 
Music II. — Mr. Fullerton. 
Psychology II. — Mr. Samson. 
Public Speaking II. — Mr. Barnes. 
Repertoire II. — Miss Martin. 
Rhetoric — Mr. Lynch. 
Rhetoric — Miss Lambert. 
School Management — Mr. Colgrove. 
Theme Writing and Story Telling — Miss Carpenter. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Bench Work 1 — Mr. Brown. 

Chemistry IV. (Home Economics) — Mr. Bond. 

Drawing 1 (Primary) — Miss Schuneman. 

Kindergarten Practis — 

Primary Handwork — Mrs. McMahon. 

Primary Methods 1 — Miss McGovern. 

Principles of Selection and Preparation of Foods 1 (Tues., 

Thurs.) — Miss Townsend. 
Psychology I. — Mr. Mount. 
Sewing 1 — Miss Heinz. 
Typewriting 1 — Mr. Coffey. 
Zoology (Primary) — Mr. Arey. 

Normal Courses 

Arithmetic C — Mr. Cory. 
Arithmetic 1 — Miss Lambert. 
Bench Work 1 — Mr. Brown. 
Bookkeeping 1 — Mr. Cummins. 
Civics of Iowa — Mr. Peterson. 
Elocution — Miss Falhler. 
English Composition 1 — Miss Lodge. 
English Grammar C — Miss Gregg. 



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English Grammar 2 — Miss Hearst. 
Music 1 — 

Music 2 — Miss Stenwall. 
Orthography — Miss Oliver. 
Physics 1 — Mr. Dieterich. 
Physiography — Mr. Cable. 
Physiology — Mr. Newton. 
Plane Geometry 1 — Mr. Wright. 

Third Period 

College Courses 

American Industrial History — Mr. McKitrick. 

Anatomy II. — Mr. Seymour. 

Argumentation — Mr. Barnes. 

Botany Laboratory- (Mon., Wed.) — 

Chemistry I. — Mr. Bond. 

Elocution II. — Miss Martin. 

English Literature — Mr. Lynch. 

German VI. (Der dreissigj aehrige Krieg) — Mr. Knoepfler. 

German XII. (Die Journalisten) — Miss Lorenz. 

Greek History — Miss Bice. 

History of Education — Mr. Walters. 

Illustrativ Teaching (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Bender. 

Latin XVI. (College Elementary) — Mr. Merchant. 

Municipal Government — Mr. Loomis. 

Music I. — Mr. Fullerton. 

Physics I. — Mr. Begeman. 

Physiography I. — Mr. Cable. 

Psychology I. — Mr. Samson. 

Rhetoric — Miss Hearst. 

Rhetoric — Miss Lodge. 

School Management — Mr. Colgrove. 

Shakespeare — Mr. Gist. 

Zoology I. — Mr. Arey. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Advanced Hygiene — Mr. Pasini. 
^Dietetics 1 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Sheets. 
Drawing 1 (Kindergarten) — Miss Iverson. 
Drawing 1 (Primary) — Miss Schuneman. 



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^Elementary Food Theory 4 (Hon., Wed.) — Miss Sheets. 

Kindergarten Practis — 

Physical Training 1 (Primary) — Miss Hussey. 

Primary Handwork — Mrs. McMahon. 

Primary Methods 1 — Miss Mc Govern. 

Psychology I. — Mr. Mount. 

Sewing 1 — Miss Heinz. 

Sheet Metal Work — Mr. Bailey. 

Shorthand 1—Mr. Coffey. 

♦Class period from 10:20 to 12:10 a. m. 

Normal Courses 

Algebra 3 — Mr. Condit. 

Algebra 1 — Miss Allen. 

Arithmetic 1 — Miss Lambert. 

Caesar 2 — Miss Call. 

Drawing 1 — Miss Patt. 

Didactics — Miss Buck. 

Elementary Economics — Mr. Peterson. 

Elocution — Miss Falhler. 

English Classics 1 — Miss Oliver. 

English Grammar C — Miss Gregg. 

Geography 1 — Miss Aitchison. 

German 3 — Miss Nolte. 

Music 2 — Miss Stenwall. 

Penmanship 1 — Mr. Cummins. 

Physics 1 — Mr. H'ersey. 

Physiology — Mr. Newton. 

Plane Geometry 2 — Mr. Wright. 

Swimming (Mon. ? Wed.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Tennis (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Fourth Period 
College Courses 

American Literature — Miss Lambert. 

Botany I. — 

Chemistry TL, III. — Mr. Getchell. 

Elocution [. — Miss Martin. 

English Literature — Miss Carpenter. 

German IX. (Lessons; Grammar) — Mr. Knoepfler. 



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History of Education — Mr. Walters. 

Mineralogy — Mr. Cable. 

Plane Trigonometry — Mr. Cory. 

Rhetoric — Mr. Lynch. 

Rhetoric — Mr. Gist. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Bench Work 1 — Mr. Brown. 

* Dietetics 1 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Sheets. 

Drawing 1 (Primary) — Miss Schuneman. 

^Elementary Food Theory 4 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Sheets. 

Mechanical Drawing — Mr. Bailey. 

Penmanship (Advanced) — Mr. Cummins. 

Physical Department Methods — Mr. Seymour. 

Physical Department Methods — Miss Hussey. 

Physical Training 1 (Primary) — Miss Hallingby. 

Psychology I. — Miss Buck. 

Sewing 1 — Miss Heinz. 

Typewriting 3 — Mr. Coffey. 

♦Class period from 10:20 to 12:10 a. m. 

Normal Courses 

Algebra 1 — Miss Allen. 

Bench Work 1 — Mr. Brown. 

Drawing 2 — Miss Patt. 

Elementary Economics — Mr. McKitrich. 

Elocution — Miss Falhler. 

English Grammar C — Miss Gregg. 

General History 1 — Miss Bice. 

German 4 — Miss Nolle. 

Latin Lessons 1 — Miss Call. 

Music 1 — Miss Stenwall. 

Music 2 — 

Physics 1 — Mr. Dieterich. 

Plane Geometry 1 — Mr. Wright. 

Swimming (Mon., Wed.) — 

Tennis (Tues., Thurs. ) — 

U. S. History — Miss Riggs. 

V. S. History 1 — Mr. Peterson. 



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Fifth Period 
College Courses 

American Constitutional History I. — Mr. Loomis. 
Botany L, Laboratory (Tues., Thurs.) — 
Experimental Psychology — Mr. Mount. 
General Economics — Mr. McKitrick. 
German I. (Die Jungfrau von Orleans) — Miss Lorenz. 
History, Renaissance and Reformation — Miss Riggs. 
Illustrativ Teaching (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Bender. 
Latin X. (Historical Grammar) (Mon., Wed., Fri.) — Mr. Mer- 
chant. 
Latin XIII. (Senior Electiv) (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Merchant. 
Psychology II. — Mr. Samson. 
Solid Geometry — Mr. Wright. 
Zoology, Laboratory (2 days) — Mr. Arey. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Anthropometry and Physical Diagnosis — Mr. Seymour. 

Bench Work (Advanced) — Mr. Brown. 

Cast Drawing — Miss Patt. 

Commercial Arithmetic — Mr. Cory. 

^Elementary Food Theory 1 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Townsend. 

* Elementary Food Theory 1 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Townsend. 

^Elementary Food Theory 1 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Sheets. 

Mechanical Drawing — Mr. Bailey. 

Primary Handwork — Mrs. McMahon. 

Primary Methods 2 — Miss McGovern. 

Psychology II. — Mr. Colgrove. 

Sound — Mr. Begeman. 

Wood Turning — Mr. Brown. 

Zoology, Laboratory (2 days) — Mr. Arey. 

♦Class period from 1:30 to 4:00 p. m. 

Normal Courses 

Algebra 2 — Miss Lambert. 
Algebra 3 — Mr. Gondii. 
Arithmetic 2 — Miss Allen. 
Drawing 1 — Miss Iverson, 
English Classics 2 — Miss Hearst. 
English Composition 2 Miss Lodge 



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Elementary Food Theory (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Sheds. 

English Grammar 1 — Miss Gregg. 

General Botany — Mr. Newton, 

Geography C — Miss Aitchison. 

Gymnastics (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Pasini. 

Physical Training 1 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Physics 2 — Mr. Hersey. 

Psychology 1 (Elementary) — Miss Buck. 

Reading — Miss Falhler. 

Swimming (Mom, Wed.) — 

Tennis (Tues., Thurs.) — 

Tennis (Mom, Wed.) — Mr. Pasini. 

fj. S. History 1 — Miss Rice. 
*Class period from 1:30 to 3:20 p. m. 

Sixth Period 

College Courses 

Botany I., Laboratory (Tues., Thurs.) — 
Chemistry IV., V., VI. — Mr. Bond. 
Illustrativ Teaching (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Bender. 
Physics, Advanced Laboratory Course — Mr. Begeman. 

Special Teacher Courses 

''Elementary Food Theory 1 (Mom, Wed.) — Miss Townsend. 
'"Elementary Food Theory 1 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Townsend. 
'•Elementary Food Theory 1 (Mom, Wed.) — Miss Sheets. 
Primary Criticism — Miss Hatcher. 
*Class period from 1:30 to 4:00 p. m. 

Normal Courses 

Basketball (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Cricket (Mom, Wed.) — Miss Hussey. 

^Elementary Food Theory (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Sheets. 

Hockey (Tues., Thiirs.)^ 

Physical Training 1 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hussey. 

Soccer Foot Ball (Mom, Wed.) — Mr. Pasini. 

Swimming (Mom, Wed.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Swimming (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Pasini. 

Tennis (Mom, Wed.) — 

Track. Athletics (Mom, Wed.) — Mr. Seymour. 

*Class period from 1:30 to 3:20 p. m. 



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Seventh Peeiod 
Special Teacher Courses 

^Elementary Food Theory 1 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Townsend. 

^Elementary Food Theory 1 (Tues., Thnrs.) — Miss Townsend. 

^Elementary Food Theory 1 (Man., Wed.) — Miss Sheets. 

Football — Mr. Pasini. 

*Class period from 1:30 to 4:00 p. m. 

Normal Courses 

Football — Mr. Pasini. 

Golf (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Seymour. 

Physical Training 1 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hussey. 

Physical Training 1 (Mon., Wed.) — 

Physical Training 2 (Tues., Thurs.) — 

Physical Training 3 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Swimming (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hussey. 

Tennis (Mon., Wed.) — Mr. Seymour. 

Tennis (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hallingby. 

WINTER TEUM 

First Period 

College Courses 

American History — Miss Riggs. 

Anglo-Saxon — Mr. Gist. 

Differential Calculus — Mr. Condit. 

English Literature — Miss Carpenter. 

French V. — Mr. Knoepfler. 

German IV. (Nathan der Weise) — Miss Lorenz. 

Harmony III. (Mon., Wed., Fri.) — 

History of Architecture and Sculpture — Miss Pall. 

I [istory of English Drama II. — Miss Lambert. 

Latin IT (Livy) — Mr. Merchant. 

Latin XX. (Vergil)— Miss Call. 

Philosophy of Education — Mr. Walters. 

Psychology II. — Mr. Samson. 

Public Speaking L — Mr. Barnes. 

School Management — Mr. Colgrove. 

Zoology 1 1. Mr. Arey. 



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Special Teacher Coursi 

Drawing 1 (Primary) — Miss Iverson. 

Chemistry II. (Home Economics) — Mr. Getchell. 

Elementary Handwork — Mrs. McMahon. 

Kindergarten Theory (Junior) — Miss Ward. 

Music Appreciation (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Fullerton. 

Primary Methods 2 — Miss Mc Govern. 

Principles of Selection and Preparation of Foods 2 (Tues. 

Thurs. ) — Miss Toicnsen d. 
Psychology I. — Miss Bach. 
Psychology II. — Mr. Mount. 
Shorthand 2— Mr. Coffey. 

Normal Courses 

Agriculture 2 — 

Algebra 2 — Miss Allen. 

Algebra 3 — Miss Lambert. 

Arithmetic C — Mr. Cory. 

Elementary Economics — Mr. McKittick. 

Geography 1 — Miss Aitchison. 

Music 1 — 

Orthography — Miss Oliver. 

Penmanship 1 — Mr. Cummins. 

Physics 1 — Mr. Dieter ich. 

Physiography — Mr. Cable. 

Sewing — Miss Heinz. 

Second Period 

College Courses 

Advanced Exposition — Mr. Lynch. 

American Literature — Miss Carpenter. 

Botany II.— 

College Algebra I. — Mr. Cory. 

Elocution II. — Miss Martin. 

English Literature — Miss Lambert. 

French II. — Mr. Knoepfler. 

Geology II. — Mr. Cable. 

German XL (Immensee; Im Vaterland) — Miss Nolle. 

German II. (Prose Composition) — Miss Lorenz. 

Greek II. (Lessons) (Mon., Wed., Fri.) — Miss Call. 



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Greek V. (Homer) (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Call. 

History of Education — Mr. Walters. 

Hygiene and Sanitation — Mr. Newton. 

Latin V. (Composition) (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Merchant. 

Latin VIII. (Roman Literature) (Mon., Wed., Fri.) — Mr 

Merchant. 
Manual Training Methods II. — Mr. Bailey. 
Medieval History — Miss Riggs. 
Money and Banking — Mr. McKitrich. 
Music II. — Mr. Fullerton. 
Plane Trigonometry — Mr. Condit. 
Psychology I. — Mr. Samson. 
Rhetoric — Miss Lodge. 
Roman History — Miss Rice. 
Rural School Problems — Mr. Colgrove. 
Zoology II., Laboratory (2 days) — Mr. Arey. 

Special Teacher Courses 
Business Correspondence — Mr. Coffey. 
Chemistry V. (Home Economics) — Mr. Bond. 
Drawing 2 (Primary) — Miss Schuneman. 
Kindergarten Practis — 
Primary Handwork — Mrs. McMdhon. 
Primary Methods 2 — Miss Mc Govern. 
Psychology II. — Mr. Mount. 
Sewing 2 — Miss Heinz. 

Normal Courses 

Algebra 2 — Miss Allen. 
Arithmetic C — Miss Lambert. 
Bench Work 1 — Mr. Brown. 
Bookkeeping 1 — Mr. Cummins. 
Oivica of Iowa — Mr. Peterson. 
Civics of U. S. — Mr. Loomis. 
Didactic s — M iss Buck. 
English Composition 1 — Miss Gregg. 
English Grammar 1 — Miss Hearst. 
Gta >gra \ >hy 2 — Miss A itchison. 
Music l Miss Sterwall. 
Music 2— 
Orthography- Miss Oliver. 



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Plane Geometry 2 — Mr. Wright. 
Beading — Miss Falkler. 
Physics 2 — Mr. Dieterich. 

Third Period 

College Courses 

American Government — Mr. Loomis. 

Anatomy II. — Mr. Seymour. 

Chemistry II. — Mr. Bond. 

Elocution I. — Miss Falkler. 

English Industrial History — Mr. McKitrick. 

English Literature — Mr. Lynch. 

German I. (Die Jungfrau von Orleans) — Miss Lorenz. 

German VII. (Modern German Prose) — Mr. Knoepfler. 

History of Education — Mr. Walters. 

Latin XVII. (College Elementary) — Mr. Merchant. 

Music I. — Mr. Fullerton. 

Physics I. — Mr. Begeman. 

Repertoire I. — Miss Martin. 

Roman History — Miss Rice. 

Shakespeare — Mr. Gist. 

Solid Geometry — Mr. Wright. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Drawing 2 (Kindergarten) — Miss Iverson. 

Drawing 2 (Primary) — Miss Schuneman. 

Kindergarten Practis — 

Penmanship (Advanced) — Mr. Cummins. 

Primary Handwork — Mrs. McMahon. 

Primary Methods 2 — Miss Mc Govern. 

Psychology II. — Mr. Colgrove. 

Sewing 2 — Miss Heinz. 

Sheet Metal Work — Mr. Bailey. 

Shorthand 1 — Mr. Coffey. 

Normal Courses 

Algebra 1 — Miss Allen. 
Algebra 1 and 2 — Mr. Condit. 
Arithmetic 2 — Miss Lambert. 
Cioero 1 — Miss Call. 



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Civics of Iowa — Mr. Peterson. 
Drawing 1 — Miss Patt. 
English Composition 1 — Miss Lodge. 
English Grammar C — Miss Gregg. 
English Grammar 1 — Miss Hearst. 
Geography C — Miss Aitchison. 
German 4 — Miss Nolte. 
Methods — Miss Buck. 
Music 2 — Miss Stenwall. 
Penmanship 1—Mr. Cummins. 
Physics 1 — Mr. Hersey. 
Physiology — Mr. Newton. 

Fourth Period 
College Courses 

Applied Drama — Miss Martin. 

Botany II., Laboratory (Mon., Wed.) — 

Chemistry L—^-Mr. Getchell. 

Eighteenth Century History — -Miss Biggs. 

Elocution I. — Mr. Barnes. 

English Government — Mr. Loom-is. 

English Literature — Miss Lambert. 

English Romantic Movement — Miss Carpenter. 

German X. (Lessons; Grammar) — Mr. Knoepfler. 

Harmony I. (Mon., Wed., Thurs.) — 

History of Education — Mr. Walters. 

Influences of Geography Upon American History — Mr. Cable. 

Psychology II. — Mr. Samson. 

Rhetoric — Mr. Gist. 

School Administration — Mr. Dick. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Benchwork (Advanced) — Mr. Brown. 
Bookkeeping 2 — Mr. Cummins. 
I )r;i w ing 1 ( Primary) — Miss I verson. 
Dra w i og 2 ( Primary) — M iss Sch uneman. 
Household Architecture (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Townsend. 
Mechanical Drawing Mr. Bailey. 

Music, Sight-singing and Methods (Tues., Fri.) — Miss Sten 
wall. 



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Physical Training 2 (Primary) (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hussey. 

Principles of Selection and Preparation of Foods 2 (Mon., 

Wed. ) — Miss Townsend. 
Psychology II. — Mr. Mount. 
Sewing 2 — Miss Heinz. 
Typewriting 2 — Mr. Coffey. 
Woodturning — Mr. Brown. 

Normal Courses 

Algebra 1 — Miss Allen. 

Arithmetic 1 — Mr. Cory. 

Arithmetic 2 — Miss Lambert. 

Basketball (Mon., Wed.)— 

Drawing 2 — Miss Fait. 

Elocution — Miss Falkler. 

English Classics 1 — Miss Oliver. 

English Composition 2 — Miss Lodge. 

English Grammar C — Miss Gregg. 

English Grammar 2 — Miss Hearst. 

General History 1 — Miss Rice. 

German 1 — Miss Nolte. 

Gymnastics, first year (Mon., Wed.) — Mr. Pasini. 

Latin Lessons 2 — Miss Call. 

Music 2 — 

Physics 1 — Mr. Dieterich. 

Physiology — Mr. Newton. 

Plane Geometry 1 — Mr. Wi*ight. 

Psychology 2 (Elementary) — Miss Buclc. 

Rythm 1 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Ilallingby. 

U. S. History 1 — Mr. Peterson. 

Fifth Period 
College Courses 

American Constitutional History II. — Mr. Loomis. 

Botany II., Laboratory (Tues., Thurs.) — ■ 

Commercial Geography of Europe — Miss Aitchison. 

Experimental Psychology — Mr. Mount. 

General Economics — Mr. McKitrich. 

German XII. (Die Journalisten) — Miss Ljorenz. 

Hvo-iene and Sanitation — Mr. Newton. 



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Latin XI. (Historical Grammar) (Man., Wed., Fri.) — Mr. 

Merchant. 
Latin XIV. (Senior Electiv) (Tues., Thnrs.) — Mr. Merchant. 
Physics II. — Mr. Begeman. 
Plane Trigonometry — Mr. Condit. 
Psychology I. — Mr. Samson. 
Rhetoric — Mr. Lynch. 
School Management — Mr. Colgrove. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Bench Work (Advanced) — Mr. Brown. 

Oast Drawing — Miss Patt. 

Drawing 1 (Primary) — Miss Iverson. 

Kindergarten Theory (Senior) — Miss Ward. 

Mechanical Drawing — Mr. Bailey. 

Physical Training 2 (Primary) (Tues., Thnrs.) — Miss Hal- 

lingby. 
Playground Methods — Mr. Tasini. 
Primary Handwork — Mrs. McMahon. 
Primary Methods 1 — Miss Mc Govern. 
Typewriting — Mr. Coffey. 
Woodturning — Mr. Brown. 

Normal Courses 

Arithmetic 1 — Mr. Cory. 

Baseball, Indoor (Tues., Thurs.) — 

Basketball (Mom, Wed.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Drawing 1 — Miss Schuneman. 

Elementary Economics — Mr. Peterson. 

^Elementary Food Theory (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Sheets. 

Elocution — Miss Falkler. 

English Classics 2 — Miss Hearst. 

English Grammar 2 — Miss Gregg. 

Games (Mon., Wed.) — 

G-erman 2 — Miss Nolte. 

Music 1 — Miss Stenwall. 

Penmanship 1 — Mr. Cummins. 

Physical Training 2 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hussey. 

Physics 2 — Mr. Hersey. 

Physiography — Mr. Cable. 

Plane Geometry 2 — Mr. Wright. 



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I . S. Eistory C — Miss Itiggs. 
V . s. 1 1 Lstory 2 — Miss Eict . 

(Mass period from 1:30 to 3:20 p. m. 

Sixth Period 
( 'ollege ( 'ourses 

Chemistry IV.. V., VI., Laboratory Courses — Mr. Getchell. 
Physio. Advanced Laboratory Course — Mr. Begeman. 

Special Teacher Courses 

^Elementary Food Theory 2 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Townsend. 

-Elementary Food Theory 2 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Townsend. 

"Elementary Food Theory 2 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Sheets. 

Primary Criticism (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hatcher. 
*Class period from 2:25 to 5:00 p. m. 

Normal Courses 

Basketball (Tues., Thurs.)— 

^Elementary Food Theory (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Sheets. 

Games (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hussey. 

Gymnastics, first year (Mon., Wed.) — Mr. Tasini. 

Gymnastics, second year (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Seymour.' 

Physical Training 1 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hussey. 

Physical Training 2 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hallinghy. 

Physical Training 2 (Mon., Wed.) — 

Rythm 1 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hallinghy. 

Swimming (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Tasini. 

*Class period from 1:30 to 3:20 p. m. 

Seventh Period 

Special Teacher Courses 

Dietetics 2 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Townsend, (to 7:00 p. m.) 
Dietetics 2 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Sheets, (to 7:00 p. m.) 
^Elementary Food Theory 2 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Townsend. 
* Elementary Food Theory 2 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Townsend. 
^Elementary Food Theory 2 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Sheets. 
Medical Gymnastics and Massage (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hussey. 
*Class period from 2:25 to 5:00 p. m. 

Normal Courses 
Gilbert (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hussey. 



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Gymnastics, first year (Mon., Wed.; — Mr. Pasini. 

Gymnastics, third year (Mon., Wed.) — Mr. Seymour. 

Physical Training 1 (Mon., Wed.) — 

Physical Training 2 (Tues., Thurs.) — 

Physical Training 3 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Rythm 1 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Swimming (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Pasini. 

Eighth Period 

* Special Teacher Courses 

Basketball Team — Mr. Pasini. 
Gymnastic Team — Mr. Seymour. 

SPRING TEEM 
First Period 
College Courses 

Botany II. — 

Chemistry III. — Mr. Getchell. 

Development of the English Novel — Miss Lodge. 

Economic and Social Problems- — Mr. McKitrick. 

English History — Miss Rice. 

English Literature — Miss Carpenter. 

English Literature of Nineteenth Century — Miss Lambert. 

French VI. — Mr. Knoepfler. 

German V. (Iphigenie auf Tauris; Die Braut von Messina)- 

Miss Lorenz. 
Harmony IV. (Mon., Wed., Thurs.) — 
History of Education — Mr. Walters. 
History of Painting — Miss Patt. 
Integral Calculus — Mr. Gondii. 
Latin III. (Horace) — Mr. Merchant. 
Latin XXI. (Vergil)— Miss Call. 
Nineteenth Century History — Miss Riggs. 
Physics TIL — Mr. Pcgeman. 
Psychology I. — Mr. Samson. 
Repertoire I. — Miss Martin. 
Rhetoric -Mr. Gist. 
School fcfanagemenl -Mr. Colgrove. 
Zoology III. — Mr. Arey. 



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Special Teacher Courses 

Drawing 3 (Primary) — Miss Schimeman. 
Mechanical Drawing — Mr. Bailey. 
Music Supervision (Fri.) — Mr. Fullerton. 
Music Supervision (Tues.) — Miss S ten wall. 
Primary Methods 3 — Miss McGovem. 
Psychology I. — Miss Buck. 
Psychology II. — Mr. Mount. 
Sewing 3 — Miss Heinz. 
Shorthand 2 — Mr. Coffey. 

Normal Courses 

Algebra 3 — Miss Allen. 

Arithmetic C — Miss Lambert. 

Arithmetic 2 — Mr. Cory. 

Drawing 1 — Miss Iverson. 

Elementary Handwork — Mrs. McMahon. 

English Grammar 1 — Miss Hearst. 

General Botany — Mr. Newton. 

Geography 2 — Miss Aitchison. 

German 3 — Miss Nolte. 

Music 1 — 

Orthography — Miss Oliver. 

Penmanship 1 — Mr. Cummim. 

Physics 1 — Mr. Hersey. 

Physiography — Mr. Cable. 

U. S. History 1 — Mr. Peterson. 

Second Period 

College Courses 

College Algebra II. — Mr. Cory. 

Elocution II. — Miss Martin. 

English History — Miss Rice. 

English Literature — Miss Lambert. 

French III. — Mr. Knoepfler. 

Genetic Psychology — Mr. Mount. 

Geology II. — Mr. Cable. 

German I. (Die Jungfrau von Orleans") — Miss Lorcnz. 

Greek III. (Anabasis) (Mon., Wed., Fri.) — Miss Call. 

Greek VI. (Homer) (Tues., Thnrs.)— Miss Call. 



54 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Harmony II (Mon., Wed., Thurs.) — 

History of Education — Mr. Walters. 

Industrial Corporations — Mr. McKitrick. 

Latin VI. (Composition) (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Merchant. 

Latin IX. (Koman Literature) (Mon., Wed., Fri.)— Mr. 

Merchant. 
Music II.—- Mi*. Fullerton. 

Organization and Economics of Manual Training — Mr. Bailey. 
Psychology II. — Mr. Samson. 
Public Speaking I. — Mr. Barnes. 
School Management — Mr. Colgrove. 
Teaching of English — Mr. Lynch. 
Zoology, Laboratory (2 days) — Mr. Arey. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Chemistry VI. (Home Economics) — Mr. Bond. 

Commercial Law — Mr. Coffey. 

Drawing 2 (Primary) — Miss Iverson. 

Kindergarten Theory and Observation (Primary) — Miss Wwrd. 

Kindergarten Practis — ■ 

Music (Sightsinging and Conducting) (Tues., Fri.) — Miss 

Stenwall. 
Observation in Training School (Primary) — Miss Hatcher. 
Primary Handwork — Mrs. McMahon. 
Primary Methods 3 — Miss McGovem. 
Principles of Selection and Preparation of Foods 3 (Tues., 

Thurs.) — Miss Townsend. 
Sewing 3 — Miss Heinz. 
Supervision in Art — Miss Fait. 

Normal Courses 

Agriculture 1 — 
Algebra 1 — Miss Lambert. 
Arithmetic C — Mr. Condit. 
Bench Work 1 — Mr. Brown. 
Bookkeeping 1 — Mr. Cummins. 
Civics of T. S. — Mr. Loomis. 
Didactics — Miss Buck. 
Drawing .1 — Miss Schuneman. 
English Composition L- Miss Lodge. 
English Composition 2- Miss Gregg. 



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English Grammar 1 — Miss Hears!. 
General History 2 — Miss Biggs. 
Geography 1 — Miss Aitchison, 
German 1 — Miss Nolte. 
Orthography — Miss Oliver. 
Physics 2 — Mr. Kersey. 
Physiology — Mr. Newton. 
Plane Geometry 2 — Mr. Wright. 
Reading — Miss Falhler. 

Third Period 

College Courses 

Chemistry I. — Mr. Bond. 

Constitutional Law — Mr. Loomis. 

Elocution I. — Miss Falhler. 

English Literature — Mr. Lynch. 

Experimental Psychology — Mr. Mount. 

German VIII. (German Classics) — Mr. Knoepfler. 

German XL (Immensee; Der Zerbrochene Krug) — Miss 

Lorenz. 
History of Education — Mr. Walters. 
History, Renaissance and Reformation — Miss Biggs. 
Latin XVIII. (College Elementary) — Mr. Merchant. 
Literary Criticism — Miss Carpenter. 
Music I. — Mr. Fullerton. 
Physics I. — Mr. Begeman. 
Physiology I. — Mr. Newton. 
Plane Trigonometry — Mr. Condit. 
Public Speaking II. — Mr. Barnes. 
School Management — Mr. Colgrove. 
Shakespeare — Mr. Gist. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Bookkeeping 2 — Mr. Cummins. 

Drawing 2 (Primary) — Miss Iverson. 

Household Management (Tues., Thurs., Fri.) — Miss Townsend. 

Household Management (Thurs., Fri.) — Miss Sheets. 

Kindergarten Theory (Junior) — Miss Ward. 

Kindergarten Practis — 

Physiology of Exercise — Mr. Seymour. 



56 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Primary Methods 3 — Miss McGovem, 

Principles of Selection and Preparation of Foods 3 (Mon. 

Wed.) — Miss Townsend. 
Sheet Metal Work — Mr. Bailey. 
Shorthand 3 — Mr. Coffey. 

Normal Courses 

Algebra 1 and 2 — Miss Lambert. 

Arithmetic 1 — Miss Allen. 

Cicero 2 — Miss Call. 

Civics of Iowa — Mr. Peterson. 

Elementary Economics — Mr. McKitrich. 

English Grammar C — Miss Gregg. 

English Grammar 2 — Miss Hearst. 

Geography C — Miss Aitchison. 

German 4 — Miss Nolte. 

Methods — Miss Buck. 

Mnsic 1 — Miss Stenwall. 

Music 2 — 

Penmanship 1 — Mr. Cummins. 

Physical Training 3 (Tues., Thurs.) — 

Physics 1 — Mr. Bieterich. 

Plane Geometry 1 — Mr. Wright. 

Sewing — Miss Heinz. 

Swimming (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hallmgby. 

Tennis (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hussey. 

Tennis (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hallmgby. 

U. S. History C — Miss Rice. 

Zoology (Elementary) — Mr. Arey. 

Fouktii Period 

College Courses 

American Government — Mr. Loomis. 

American Literature — Miss Lambert. 

A r gu men tation — Mr. Barnes. 

Astronomy — Mr. Cable. 

Botany IT., Laboratory (Mom, Wed.) — 

Chemistry If.- Mr. Getchell. 

English Literature — Miss Carpenter. 

German II. (Prose Composition) — Mr. Knoepfler. 



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History of Music I. (Mon., Wed., Thurs.) — Miss Childs. 
Middle English— Mr. Gist. 

Physiology I. — Mr. Newton. 
Psychology I. — Mr. Samson. 
School Administration — Mr. Dick. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Bench Work (Advanced) — Mr. Brown. 
Commercial Arithmetic — Mr. Cory. 
Drawing 2 (Primary) — Miss Iverson. 
Drawing 3 (Primary) — Miss Schuneman. 
Kindergarten Theory (Senior) — Miss Ward. 
Music Methods (Tues., Fri.) — Miss S ten-wall. 
Primary Handwork — Mrs. McMahon. 
Primary Methods 1 — Miss McGovern. 
Sewing 3 — Miss Heinz. 
Typewriting 3 — Mr. Coffey. 
Woodturning — Mr. Brown. 

Normal Courses 

Algebra 3 — Miss Allen, 

Arithmetic 1 — Miss Lambert. 

Baseball (Mon., Wed.) — Mr. Pasini. 

Caesar 1 — Miss Call. 

Drawing 2 — Miss Fait. 

Elementary Economics — Mr. Peterson. 

Elocution — Miss Falkler. 

English Classics 1 — Miss Oliver. 

English Grammar C — Miss Gregg. 

German 2 — Miss Nolte. 

Music 1 — 

Physical Training 3 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Haltingly. 

Physics 2 — Mr. Hersey. 

Solid Geometry — Mr. Wright. 

Swimming (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hussey. 

Swimming (Tues., Thurs.) — 

Tennis (Mon., Wed.) — 

Tennis (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hussey. 

IT. S. History C — Miss Biggs. 

V. S. History 2 — Miss Bice. 



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Fifth Period 
College Courses 

Commercial Geography of North America — Miss Aitchison. 

European Governments — Mr. Loomis. 

Experimental Psychology — Mr. Mount. 

General Economics — Mr. McKitrich. 

German XII. (Die Journalisten) — Miss Lorenz. 

History and Teaching of Mathematics — Mr. Condit. 

Latin XII. (Historical Grammar) (Mon., Wed., Fri.) — Mr. 

Merchant. 
Latin XV. (Senior Eleetiv) (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Merchant. 
Philosophy of Education — Mr. Walters. 
Psychology II — Mr. Samson. 
Rhetoric — Mr. Lynch. 
Solid Geometry — Mr. Wright. 

Special Teacher Courses 

Bench Work (Advanced) — Mr. Brown. 

Bookkeeping 3 — Mr. Cummins. 

Chemistry III. (Home Economics) — Mr. Getchell. 

Design — Miss Patt. 

Drawing 3 (Primary) — Miss Schuneman. 

^Elementary Food Theory 3 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Townsend. 

^Elementary Food Theory 3 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Townsend. 

^Elementary Food Theory 3 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Sheets. 

History and Literature of Physical Training — Mr. Seymour. 

Mechanical Drawing — Mr. Bailey. 

Methods, Home Economics (Fri.) — Miss Townsend. 

Xature Study — 

Primary Theory (Kindergarten) — Miss Hatcher. 

Typewriting 2 — Mr. Coffey. 

Woodturning — Mr. Brown. 

♦Class period from 1:00 to 3:20 p. m. 

Normal Courses 

Algebra 2 — Miss Allen. 

Arithmetic 2 — Mr. Cory. 

Civics, Review — Mr. Peterson. 

Drawing 2 — Miss Voti. 

*Elementary Food Theory (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Sheets. 



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Elementary Handwork — Mrs. McMahon. 

Elocution — Miss FaJMer. 

English Classics 2 — Miss Hearst. 

English Composition 2 — Miss Lodge. 

English Grammar C — Miss Gregg. 

Gymnastics (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Pasini. 

Music 2 — Miss Stenwall. 

Penmanship 1 — Mr. Cummins. 

Physical Training 2 (Mon., Wed.) — 

Physical Training 3 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hussey. 

Physical Training 3 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Physics 2 — Mr. Dieterich. 

Physiography — Mr. Cable. 

School Management (Elementary) — Mr. Colgrove. 

Swimming (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Tennis (Mon., Wed.) — Mr. Pasini. 

Tennis (Tues., Thurs.) — 

*Class period from 1:30 to 3:45 p. m. 

Sixth Period 

College Courses 

Botany II., Laboratory (Tues,, Thurs.) — 

Chemistry IV., V., VI., Laboratory Courses — Mr. Bond. 

Physics IV. — Mr. Begeman. 

Special Teacher Courses 

* Elementary Food Theory 3 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Townsend. 

* Elementary Food Theory 3 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Townsend. 

^Elementary Food Theory 3 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Sheets. 

Primary Criticism (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hatcher. 
"Class period from 1:00 to 3:20 p. m. 

Normal Courses 

Baseball (Mon., Wed.) — Mr. Pasini. 

*Elementary Food Theory (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Sheets. 

Physical Training 1 (Tues., Thurs.) — 

Physical Training 2 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Rythm 1 (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hallingby. 

Swimming (Tues., Thurs.) — Mr. Pasini. 

Swimming (Mon., Wed.) — 



60 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Tennis (Tues., Thnrs.) — Miss Hussey. 
Track (Mon., Wed.) — Mr. Seymour. 
*Class period from x:'S0 to 3:45 p. m. 

Seventh Period 

Special Teacher Courses 

Baseball — Mr. Pasini. 

Demonstrations in Cooking (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Townsend, 

(to 5.20 p. m.) 
Demonstrations in Cooking (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Sheets, (to 

5:30 p. m:) 
Medical Gymnastics and Massage (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hussey. 
Track Team — Mr. Seymour. 

Normal Courses 

Gilbert (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hussey. 
Physical Training 3 (Tues., Thurs.) — 
Rythm 2 (Mon., Wed.) — Miss Hallingby. 
Swimming (Mon., Wed.) — 
Tennis (Tues., Thurs.) — Miss Hallingby. 



Aa- 



BULLETIN 

OF THE 



Iowa State Teachers 
College 



CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 



Courses of Study 

and 

Program of Recitations 

FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR 

1913-1914 



UNIVERSITY O 

VOL. XIV. Not 

JULY 1913 he 



Issued Quarterly. Publisht by the Iowa State Teachers College. 

Entered as second-class mail matter August 31, 1912, 

at the post office at Cedar Falls, Iowa,under 

the Act of Congress, August 24 ; 1912 



Vol. XIV. JULY 1913 No. 1 



BULLETIN 

OF THE 

IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 



COURSES OF STUDY 

AND 

PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS 

FOR SCHOOL YEAR 1913-1914 



Where the spelling in this Bulletin varies from the convention- 
al form, if has been adopted for its simplicity and its preference for 
common usage. These forms are accepted by the later editions of 
Webster's and Standard Dictionaries anil should be adopted by 
public school teachers and taught in the schools. 



Iowa State Teachers College 



SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR 1913-1914. 



FALL TERM— TWELVE WEEKS 

» 

1913 

Sept. 2. Tuesday, Enrollment without penalty, 8 :00 a. m. to 4 :00 
p. m. 

Sept. 3. Wednesday, Chapel Exercises, 9 :00 a. m. to 9 :30 a.m,; 
Recitations begin 8:00 a. m., half-hour class periods; 
Enrollment with penalty, 1 :30 p. m. to 4 :00 p. m. 

Sept. 4. Thursday, Training Schools open, 9:00 a. m. 

Oct. 29, 30, 31. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Examination for 
Uniform County Certificates, beginning Wednesday, 
8:00 a. m. 

Nov. 25. Tuesday, Recitations close at noon. 

Nov. 24, 25, 26. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, State Certificate 
examination, beginning Monday, 8 :00 a. m. Complete 
arrangements must be made ten days in advance. 

WINTER TERM— TWELVE WEEKS 



1913 

Dec. 2. Tuesday. Enrollment, without penalty, 8 :00 a. m. to 4 :00 
p. m. 

Dec. 3. Wednesday, Chapel Exercises, 9:00 a. m. to 9:30 a. m. 
Recitations begin 8 :00 a.m., half hour class periods; 
Enrollment, with penalty, 1 :30 p. m. to 4 :00 p. m. 

Dec. 23. Tuesday, Holiday Recess, beginning at noon. 

1914. 

Jan. 6. Tuesday, Recitations resumed, 8:00 a. m. 



4 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Jan. 28, 29, 30. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Examination for 
Uniform County Certificates, beginning Wednesday. 8:00 
a. m. 

March 10. Tuesday, Recitations close at coon. 

March 9, 10, 11. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Examination for 
State Certificates, beginning Monday, 8:00 a. m. Com- 
plete arrangement must be made ten days in advance. 

SPRING TERM— TWELVE WEEKS 

1914 

March 17. Tuesday, Enrollment, without penalty, 8:00 a.m. to 
4:00 p. in. 

March 18. Wednesday, Chapel Exercises, 9:00 a. m. to 9:30 a. m. 
Recitations begin 8:00 a. m. ; half hour class periods; 
Enrollment, with penalty, 1 :30 p. m. to 4:00 p. m. 

June 5. Friday, Recitations close at noon. 

June 2, 3, 4. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Examination for 
State Certificates, beginning Tuesday, 8:00 a. m. Com- 
plete arrangements must be made ten days in advance. 

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES— JUNE 5 to 9. 

1914 

June 5. Friday, Annual parade of the Women's Literary Societ- 
ies, 2:00 p. m. 

June 5. Friday, Commencement Concert, T :00 p. m. 

June 5. Friday, Reception to Graduating Class, Alumni and Vis- 
itors, by the Faculty, <S :30 p. m. 

June (i. Saturday, Class Reunions and Special Programs. 

June (i. Saturday, Anniversaries of Men's Literary Societies, 
8:00 \h m. 

June 7. Sunday, baccalaureate Address by the President, 4:00 
|). m. 

June ";. Sunday, Alumnal, Senior and Student Prayer Service, 
7:00 p. m. 

June s. Monday, Literary, Social and Business Meeting of the 
Alumnal Association, 10:00 a. m. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 5 

June 8. Monday, Luncheon of the Alumna] Association, 1.2:30 
p. in. 

June s. Monday. Commencement Play, 8:00 p. m. 

June 1). Tuesday, Commencemenl Exercises, 10:00 a. m. 

SUMMEE TEEM— SIX WEEKS 

1914 

June 13. Saturday. Enrollment, 1 :30 p. m. to 4:00 p. m. 

June 15. Monday, Enrollment, 8:00 a. in. to 12 in.; Recitations 
begin 1:30 p. m.; half hour periods. 

June 24, 25, 26. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Examination for 
Uniform County Certificates, beginning Wednesday, 
8:00 a. m. 

July 22, 23, 24. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Examination for 
State Certificates, beginning Wednesday, 8:00 a. m. 

July 24. Friday, Commencement Exercises, 9 :50 a. m. 

July 24. Friday, Recitations close 2 :25 p. m. 



Iowa State Teachers College 



The Course of Study 



KEQUIKEMENTS FOR ADMISSION. 

Applicants for unconditional admission to the College Course, 
hereafter printed in detail, must be at least sixteen years of age 
and must present satisfactory records from accredited secondary 
schools showing a total of fifteen units of work in accordance with 
the standards approved by the Iowa State Board of Education, as 
fully set out in detail in Bulletin No. 1 of the Board on Secondary 
School Relations. The term unit as here used signifies a year's 
work where the class hours are forty-five minutes, the number of 
class hours per week being not less than five. 

I. CONSTANTS 

Groups of Subjects — Units 

1. One Foreign Language 2 

2. English 3 

3. Algebra V/ 2 

4. Plane Geometry 1 

5. History 1 

6. Electives GV 2 



Total 15 

II. Electives. 

In selecting the units that are known as electives in the loove 
requirement, the total that may be accepted for any one group al- 
ways includes those units required for constants. The maximum 
number of units that may be offered on certificate from an accred- 
ited high school are as follows: 

Groups of Subjects — (J nils 

1. Foreign Language — 4 

(1) Greek 2 to 4 

(2) Latin 2 to 4 



3. 



(3) 


French 


(4) 


Spanish 


(5) 


German 


Eng 


;-lisli 


History, Civics and Economics 


(1) 


Ancient History 


(2). 


Medieval and Modern 


History 


(3) 


Civil Government 


(4) 


Economics 


(5) 


General History in place 


of I 


(1) and (2) 


(6) 


TJ. S. History— 3rd and 


4th 


years 


(?) 


English History 



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2 to 4 

2 to 4 
2 to 4 



y 2 to 1 

y 2 to i 

l/o to 1 

% 



y 2 to i 
y 2 to i 

4. Mathematics 4 

(1) Solid Geometry % 

(2) Plane Trigonometry y 2 

(3) Advanced Algebra y 2 

5. Science ±y 2 
Physics 1 
Chemistry 1 
Physiography y 2 to 1 

Botany y 2 to 1 

Zoology y 2 to 1 

Physiology i/ 2 

Geology i/ 2 

Astronomy y 2 

Agriculture y 2 to 1 

6. Commercial Subjects 2 
Adv. Arithmetic (after Algebra) y 2 
Bookkeeping y 2 to 1 
Commercial Geography y 2 
Commercial Law y 2 
Industrial History y 2 

7. Industrial Subjects 2 
Freehand and Mechanical 

Drawing y 2 to 1 
Manual Training — i. e. Shop 

Work i/ 2 to 2 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



Domestic Science 

Stenography 



V 2 to 1 

V 2 to 1 



Credit is not given for English grammar or United States his- 
tory, unless taken in the latter part of the course, nor for arithmetic 
unless taken after algebra. 



OUTLINE OF THE COLLEGE COURSE GIVING DISTRI- 
BUTION" OF WORK AND DIRECTIONS CONCERN- 
ING THE OPPORTUNITIES OFFERD 



THE COLLEGE COURSE. 

Degree : Bachelor of Arts in Education 
Ffrst Grade State Certificate Standard. 











Freshman Year. 






1. 

2. 
3. 


A 

Elective. 
Elective. 
Rhetoric. 




1. 
2. 
3. 


B 

Elective. 
Elective. 
Education I. 

Sophomore Year. 


1. 
2. 
3. 


C 
Elective. 
Elective. 
Education II. 


1. 
2. 
3. 


A 

Elective. 
Elective. 
Education 


III. 


1. 
2. 
3. 


B 

Elective. 
Elective. 
Education IV. 

Junior Year. 


1. 
2. 
3. 


C 
Elective. 
Elective. 
Elective. 


1. 

2. 
3. 

1 


A 

Elective. 
Elective. 
Elective. 




1. 
2. 
3. 


B 

Elective. 
Elective. 
Education V. 

Senior Year. 


1. 
2. 
3. 


C 
Elective. 
Elective. 
Education VI 


1. 

2. 
3. 


A 
Elective. 
Elective. 
Practise Teaching 


1. 

2. 
.3. 


B 

Elective. 
Elective. 
Practise Teaching 


1. 

2. 

• 3. 


C 
Elective. 
Elective. 
Elective. 



Majors. — It is accessary for the student who takes the College 
Course to selecl one major study with some one department at the 



IOWA STATV] TKACHKRS COLLEGE 9 

close of the Freshman year. A major consists <>i' al least two full 
years of work, thus covering six term credits. After the major is 
decided the student is under the direction of the department in 
which the major belongs, and the Head of i\w Departmenl becomes 

his advisor during the rest of his course. The different majors that 
are offerd are in the following lines: 



1. 

2. 
3. 


English. 

Public Speaking. 
Latin. 


4. 


German. 


5. 


French 


6. 


Mathematics. 


7. 
8. 
9. 


Physics. 
Chemistry. 
Earth Science. 


10. 


Biological Science. 


11. 
12. 


History. 
Government. 


13. 


Economics. 


14. 


Education. 


15. 
16. 
17. 


Drawing. 
Manual Training. 
Home Economics. 


18. 


Physical Education 


19. 


Eural Education. 



DISTRIBUTION OF CREDITS IN THE COLLEGE 
COURSE. 

Privileges Allowd in all Courses. 

In addition to the required work necessary for graduation 
from the College Course as above specified, students are allowd to 
pursue work in vocal music, instrumental music, drawing, manual 
training, sewing, cooking, penmanship or other art subjects, pro- 
vided not more than a total of four hours work a day is thus sched- 
uled. These subjects are of such importance in public school work 
that this liberal plan has been adopted, it being recognized that a 
knowledge of these subjects greatly increases the opportunities of a 
teacher both as to location and as to superior salary. 

REQUIRED POINTS OF COLLEGE GRADE. 

The following outline gives the distribution of studies that 
is required for graduation from the college course, each credit be- 
ing 12 weeks of 5 lessons a week. 



10 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

1. Professional Courses. Number of Credits 

(a) General Education. 

1. Professional 14 

2. English 3 

3. Foreign Language 3 

4. History, Government and Economics 3 

5. Science and Mathematics 3 

6. Elective 10 

Total 30 

7. Other work required : 

(a) Physical Training — two years. 

(b) Literary Society work — four years 

(b) Special Education — Course for teachers of Rural School 
Training in High Schools. 



1. 


Professional 


12 


2. 


English 


3 


3. 


Foreign Language 


3 


4. 


History, Government and Economics 


3 


5. 


Science and Mathematics 


•> 
o 


6. 


Vocational Instruction 


6 


7. 


Elective 


f, 



Total 36 

. Other work required : 

(a) Special Electives in vocational instruction — See head 
of Department of Professional Instruction for assign- 
ment according to individual qualifications. 

(b) Physical Training — two years. 

(c) Literary Society Work — four years. 



TL English Courses. 



1. English 12 

2. Foreign Language 3 

3. History, Government and Economics 3 

4. Science and Mathematics 3 

5. Professional 8 

6. Elective 7 

Total 36 

7. Other work required : 



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1 1 



(a) Physical Training — two years. 

(b) Literary Society Work — four years. 

III. Foreign Language Courses. 

1. Foreign Language 12 

2. English ;] 

3. History, Government and Economics 3 

4. Science and Mathematics 3 

5. Professional 8 

6. Elective 7 

Total 36 

7. Same as in English Courses. 

IV. History, Government and Economics Courses. 

1. History, Government and Economics 12 

2. English 3 

3. Science and Mathematics 3 

4. Foreign Language 3 

5. Professional 8 

6. Elective 7 



V. 



Total 
7. Same as in English Courses. 

Science and Mathematics Courses. 



36 



1. Science and Mathematics 

2. English 

3. Foreign Language 

4. History, Government and Economics 

5. Professional 

6. Elective 



15 
3 
3 
3 

8 
4 



Total 
7. Same as in English Courses. 



36 



VI. Home Economics, D ranting, Physical Education and 
Manual Training Courses. 



1. Home Economics, or Drawing, etc. 

2. English 

3. Foreign Language 

4. History, Government and Economics 

5. Science and Mathematics 



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6. Professional 8 

7. Elective 7 

Total 39 

8. Other work required: 

(a) Physical Training — two years. 

(b) Literary Society Work — four years. 

Department Subjects in the College Course 

This tabular arrangement gives the entire program of studies 
with the nomenclature adopted by the Faculty for the College 
Course. 

The numbers by which the courses in the different depart- 
ments are to be designated are given below : 

Professional. 

Required Work — 

I — II. Psychology I, II. 

III. School Management. 

IV. History of Education. 

V. Philosophy of Education. 
VI. School Administration. 
VII— VIII. Practise Teaching. 

Elective Courses — 

IX. Experimental Psychology. 

X. Genetic Psychology. 

XL Educational Classics. 

XII. Lecture Course on Social and Sex Psychology, 3 hours. 
y 2 credit. 

XIII. Rural School Problems. 

X I \ r . Practise Teaching. 



English. 



T. College Rhetoric. 

If. Theme Writing and Story Telling. 

III. Advanced Exposition. 

[V. English Literature. 

V. Anglo-Saxon and History of English Language. 

VI. Anglo-Saxon and Middle English. 

VII. Shakespeare. 

VIII. Literary ( Iriticism. 

IX. The English Romantic Movement. 



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X— XI. History of the English Drama I. II. 
XII. English Literature of the Nineteenth Century. 

XIII. American Literature. 

XIV. Development of the English Novel. 
XV. Elocution I, or Public Speaking I. 

XVI. Elocution II. or- Public Speaking II. 
X Y 1 1 . A pgumentation. 
XVI 1 1. Applied Drama. 

XIX— XX. Repertoire I, II. 

XXI. Principles of Expression. 
XXII. The Teaching of English. 

Note. In curricula where two terms of English are required, 
course I and course IV are to be taken, unless otherwise specified 
in the curriculum. In curricula where three terms of English arc 
required, the courses to be taken are I, IV, and one of the follow- 
ing courses: II, III, XVI. Courses II, III, IV and XYI are elec- 
tives for other students; and all other courses are free elective-, ex- 
cept where Elocution or Public Speaking is prescribed in certain 
curricula. 

Latin and Greek. 

I — II — III. Livy and Horace (Epodes and Odes.) 

IV — V — VI. Latin Composition. 

VII— VIII— IX. Roman Literature. "^ 

X — XI — XII. Historical Latin Grammar. 

XIII— XIV— XV. Elementary Greek. 

XYI— XVII XVIII. Senior Elect ives (Latin or 

Greek.) 
XIX— XXIII. College Elementary Latin. 

German and French. 

German — 

I. Die Jungfrau von Orleans. 

IT. German Prose Composition. 

IK. Emilia Galotti, Lyrics and Ballads. 

[V. Nathan der Weise. 

V. Iphigenie auf Tauris. 

VI. Der dreissigjaehrige Krieg. 

VII. Modern German Prose or Scientific German. 

YIII. Selections from German Classics. 

Notes. 1. The above outline of work is for students who 
have had a minimum of two years of German in an accredited high 



14 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

school, or its equivalent. Students who have met in some other for- 
eign language the required entrance condition, may take beginning 
German for college credit. Of this there are four terms; namely, 
German IX, X, XI, and XII. 

2. Other authors of similar grade will be read at times in- 
stead of those here listed. 

French — 

I. Lessons — Grammar and Pronunciation. 
II. Grammar continued; Les Prisonniers du Caucase, 
and other easy French. 

III. Le Voyage de Monsieur Perrichon, and I/Abbe Oon- 

stantin. 

IV. La Mare au Diable, and L'Histoire d'un jeune Hom- 

me pauvre. 
V. Le Gendre de M. Poirier, and Un Philosophe sous les 
Toits. 
VI. Le Pecheur d'Islande, and Le Bourgeois Gentil- 
homme. 

Mathematics. 

I. Solid Geometry. 

II. College Algebra I. 

III. Plane Trigonometry. 

IV. College Algebra II. 

V. Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying. 

VI. History and Teaching of Mathematics. 

VII. Analytical Geometry. 

VIII. Differential Calculus. 

IX. Integral Calculus. 



Chemistry. 



I — II. General Inorganic. 
III. Qualitative Analysis. 
IV — V. Quantitative Analysis. 
VI. Special Methods in Quantitative Analysis. 



Physics. 



I. Mechanics and Sound. 

IT. Light and Heat. 

III. Electricity and Magnetism. 

IV. Teachers' Special Course. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 15 



V. 


Adv. Laboratory Work in General Physics. 


VI. 


Adv. Laboratory Work in Electricity. 


Natural Science. 


I. 


Physiology I. 


II- 


-III. Botany I, II. 


IV. 


Hygiene and Sanitation. 


V- 


-VI— VII. Zoology I, II, III. 


VIII. 


Physiography I. 


IX- 


-X. Geology I, II. 


XI. 


Mineralogy. 


XII. 


Astronomy. 


XIII. 


Commercial Geography of North America. 


XIV. 


Commercial Geography of Europe. 


XV. 


Influences of Geography upon American History, 


XVI. 


Agriculture for Public School Teachers. 


History. 




I. 


American History. 


II. 


English History. 


III. 


Greek History. 


IV. 


Roman History. 


V. 


Medieval History. 


VI. 


Renaissance and Reformation. 


VII. 


Eighteenth Century History. 


VIII. 


Nineteenth Century History. 


IX. 


Method History or Teachers' Histo±y. 


Governmen 


t. 


I. 


American Government. 


II- 


-III. American Constitutional History I, IT. 


IV. 


English Government. 


V. 


Modern European Governments. 


VI. 


Municipal Government. 


VII. 


International Law. 


VIII. 


Constitutional Law. 


IX. 


English Constitutional History. 


Economics. 





I. General Economics. 

II. Social and Economic Problems. 

III. American Industrial History. 

IV. English In dustrial History. 



%' 


credit 


ea< 


■h 


1 


« 






1 


a 






v> 


a 






y 2 


a 






% 


a 


eac 


h 


y 2 


a 







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V. Money and Banking. 
VI. Public Finance. 

Drawing — Not elective on other courses except as specified. 

I — II. Cast Drawing 

* III. History of Architecture 

* IV. History of Painting 

V. Perspective 
VI. Still life 
VII— VIII. Water color 

IX. Design 
Manual Training, Physical Education or 

Home Economics 31/2 credits 

* Elective on College Courses. 

Manual Training — Not elective on other courses except as specified. 

* I — II. Manual Training Methods 1,11 1 credit each 

* III. Organization and Economics of 

Manual Training 1 '' 

IV— V— VI— VII. Mechanical Draw- 
ing y 2 " eacn 

VIII— IX— X— XI. Design and Con- 
struction in Wood i/2 " eatfi 

XII. Wood Turning i/ 2 " 
XIII — XIV. Design and Construction 

in Sheet Metal V 2 " each 

XV. Primary Handwork y 2 " 

XVI. Elementary Handwork l/ 2 " 

* Elective on College Courses. 

Note. Courses in I, II, III, VI, VII, IX, X, 
XII, and XIII constitute a Manual Training Major. 

Home Economics — Not elective on other courses. 

I — II — III. Sewing y 2 credit each 
I V— V— VI— VII. Elementary Food 

Theory y 2 " '' 

VIII— IX. Dietetics % " " 

X. Demonstrations *4 " 

XI. Principles of the Selection and 

Preparation of Foods 1^4 credits 

X I L Household Management 2-5 credit 

XIII. Household Architecture 2-5 credit 

XIV. Mel hods. Home Economics 1-5 credit 



IOWA STAT 3 TEACHERS COLLEGE 17 

Manual Training, Physical Education or 

Drawing 2 credits 

Note. In Manual Training. Home Economics and Drawing 
Majors here outlined the fractions given specify the particular value 
of said courses when applied to the College Course. 

Physical Education — Not elective on other courses except as 
specified. 

* I— II. Anatomy I, II. 

III. Hygiene. 

IV. Physical Department Methods. 

V. Playground Methods. 

VI. History and Literature of Physical Training. 

VII. Anthropometry and Physical Diagnosis. 

VIII. Physiology of Exercise. 

IX. Medical Gymnastics and Massage. 

* Elective on College Courses. 

Other Possible Electires. 

Music — 

Music I. 1/2 credit 

Music II. y 2 credit 

Harmony I, II, III, IV. 2 credits 

History of Music I, II. 1 credit 

THE JUNIOR COLLEGE COURSE. 

In conformity with the custom of the State Teachers College 
to give a diploma for two years work in the institution after pos- 
sessing the secondary scholarship of a fully accredited high school, 
the Junior College Course is provided. This course is distributed 
as to the number of term credits as follows : 

Departments of Work Number of Credits 

English 2 

Foreign Language 2 

History, Government and Economics 2 

Science and Mathematics 2 

Professional and Training h' 

Elective 4 

Total 18 



18 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

In addition, the candidate for the diploma must have two years 
of Physical Training and two years of Literary Society Work. 

A Junior College Diploma will be granted to any student who 
completes the schedule here outlined. 

This diploma may or may not entitle the holder to the Second 
Grade State Certificate. Those who desire to secure this honor- 
ary credential as a teacher must have studied either in the high 
school or the Teachers College, or have past a teachers' certificate 
examination of high grade, the following: 1. Arithmetic; 2. Geog- 
raphy: 3. English Grammar: 4. United States History; 5. Vocal 
Music; 6. Physiology; 7. Civics (including civil government of 
Iowa) ; 8. Algebra, (including Quadratics, ratio, proportion, vari- 
ation and logarithms); 9. Physics; 10. Economics (including the 
topics : the marginal theory of value and the laws of distribution. 
money — its nature and history in the United States, the quantity 
theory, monopolies and trusts, public ownership or regulation) ; 
11. Bookkeeping (single and double entry) ; 12. Drawing (includ- 
ing composition, illustrative and elementary perspective) ; 13. Des- 
criptive Botany; 14. English Composition. 

THE DIPLOMA MASTER OF DIDACTICS TO BE 
DISCONTINUED. 

Under regulations adopted by the State Board of Education 
January 3, 1912. the diploma, Master of Didactics, will be discon- 
tinued in 1914 as a recognition for completing a three year course 
of college grade. 

THE PROFESSIONAL COURSE OF STUDY FOR 
COLLEGE GRADUATES. 

The [owa State Teachers College lias developt profession.il 
courses for college graduates that deserve special recognition for 
their practical features and for their large professional helpfulness. 
College graduates of decided success in teaching can complete one of 
these courses by attending three successive summer terms and do- 
ing 3pecial assigned work during the interim. Before graduation 
they will need to establish proofs of their success being excellent 
and positive. Where practise teaching is omitted with the consent 
of the department, oilier professional credits may be substituted on 
arrangemeni with the department; Those not having this stand- 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLKCJE 19 

an! of success are developl and train.] by the Practise Teaching De- 
partment. For inexperienced and Less qualified teachers, the reg- 
ular sessions are better adapted, as all the training schools are then 
in session. 

I. Professional Course in Education 

First Term. 

1. Advanced Psychology. 

2. School Management. 

3. History of Education. 

Second Term. 



1. Philosophy of Education. 

2. School Administration. 

3. Practise Teaching. 



Third Term. 

1. Experimental Psychology. 

2. Educational Classics. 
■'). Practise Teaching. 

II. Professional Course in Education With Electives. 

The following schedule is suitable when college graduates have 
had partial instruction in professional education: 

1. Education 3 credits 

2. Practise Teaching 2 credits 

3. Other studies approved by the Professional 
Department 4 credits 

Total required 9 credits 

III. Professional Course in Education as Special Teacheiis. 

College graduates desiring special training in such work as 
high school rural teacher training, supervisors of public school 
music, physical education, manual training, home economics, draw- 
ing, kindergarten, or primary teaching, are granted a one year 
course arranged to suit their scholarship and attainments. When 
they satisfy the Faculty of their qualifications the appropriate di- 
ploma will be granted. 



20 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Observations on These Courses. 

1. Some branches of the above work can be personal, indi- 
vidual studies, laboratory and library in character, on lines outlined 
by the Professional department. These studies are to be carefully 
made and results submitted to the department for examination. 
criticism and instruction. The library is so strong in Pedagogy 
that this work is of great and lasting professional value. 

2. For entrance upon this course a complete detail of all 
work taken at the College must be filed. 

3. Substitutions will be granted for efficient pedagogical 
woik taken at a college with a strong professional department. 
Great liberty will be allowd to such grade of students so as to en- 
able them to prepare both wisely and well for the best public ser- 
vice in any special line of school work, but in every case a year's 
attendance at this college is required. Such students are excused 
from literary society work if they apply to the Faculty for such re- 
lease. 

4. Students desiring to train to be special teachers in rural 
school education so as to be qualified to instruct in normal courses 
in high schools will be provided such a plan of training and can 
complete the work in one year if they are college graduates. This 
work is now one of the more important fields of teacher education. 

SPECIAL TEACHER COURSES. 

Standards Required and Honors Conferred. 

Conditions of Admission. The standards adopted by the State 
Board of Education as required for entrance upon the College 
Course are the same for the Special Teacher Courses except that 
graduates of four year high schools may be admitted without for- 
eign language credits, provided they have equivalent credits in 
oilier kinds of high school work. 

The Dip! (Juki Conferred. The Special Teacher courses each 
cover two years of strong work in scholastic, general professional 
and special professional lines. They are the equivalent in stand- 
ard of special excellence with other college courses of similar 
length bill they are organized to give special attention to some one 
line of definite l raining. For the completion of these two years of 
Btudy and training, a Special Teacher Diploma is awarded and a 
five year state certificate of a special kind is granted by the Stale 
Board of Examiners. 



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21 



For the completion o\' an additional year of study, a Director 
far Supervisor Diploma is awarded as an additional recommenda- 
[ion of qualification and training for executive work along these 
Specialties of teaching. When a three-year course is printed, the 
third vear is the supervisor or director course. 

In some particular departments where students complete die 
full line of special professional work required, such as music and 
art. department certificates may be obtained by such persons as do 
not desire to complete the scholastic and the general professional 
work required for a diploma. 

In all Speeial Teacher Courses the elective studies must be 
Lhosen from the list of branches and term's work designated as of 
full college grade. These elections must be made by consulting the 
heads of the departments involvd in order to avoid all mistakes. 

THE ELEMENTARY TEACHEES COURSE. 

First Year. 



A 

1. Education I. 

2. Rhetoric 

3. Free Elective 

4. Vocal Music 



B 

1. Education 1 1. 

2. College Elective 

3. Free Elective 

4. Drawing 



1. Education III. 

2. College Elective 

3. Free Elective 

4. Drawing 



Physical Training. Literary Society Work. 
Second Year. 



1. Education IV. 

2. College Elective 
I. Free Elective. 

4. Review 



B C 

1. Practise leaching 1. Practise Teaching 

2. College Elective 2. College Elective 

3. Free Elective 3. Free Elective 

4. Review 4. Review 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

1. The free electives may be secondary subjects not pursued 
in high school, foreign language or college subjects. These must 
be chosen in such a way that state certificate requirements are met. 

2. Two terms work in Manual Arts are also accepted on the 
free elective credits. 



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':>. Three reviews must be selected from the following sub] 
jects: Penmanship, Physiology, U. S. History, English Gram- 
mar. Arithmetic and Geography, unless the student has received 
satisfactory credits for such work in the eleventh or twelfth grades 
of an accredited high school, maintaining a normal course. 

THE PRIMARY TEACHERS COURSE. 
First Year. 

ABC 

1. Primary Methods. 1. Primary Methods 1. Primary Methods 

2. Education I. 2. Elocution I, or 2. Education III. 

3. Manual Arts Public Speaking I. 3. Obs. in Training 

4. Rhetoric 3. Education II. School 

4. Drawing 4. Drawing 

Physical Training; one term, four lessons a week, two terms, 
two lessons a week. 

Literary Society Work. 
Second Year. 



1. Elective 

2. Vocal Music 

3. Zoology 

4. Criticism and 

Practise 



B 

1. Education IV. 

2. Vocal Music 

3. Eng. Literature 

4. Criticism and 

Practise 



1. Kg. Theory and 
Obs. 

2. Botany 

3. Elective 

4. Criticism and 

Practise 



Physical Training, two terms, two lessons a week. 
Literary Society Work. 



Criticism, two hours a week, second and third terms. 
tise Teaching, five periods a week. 



Prac- 



Notes. 1. Any other science may be substituted for Zoolo- 
gy and Botany provided the student has had these subjects in the 
secondary course. 



.. One term of work in Manual Arts is able to be taken as 
an eleel ive credit. 



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23 



the kindergarten TKACIIKRS COURSI 

First Year. 



Kg. Principles 
(The Mother 
Plays) 

Kg. Materials ] 

(The Play 

Gifts) 
Games 

(Game Circle) 

2. Education I. 2 

3. Rhetoric 3 

4. Drawing 4 



(t- 



B 



1 !- 



I Kg. Principles 

(The Mother 

Plays) 
Kg. Materials 

(The Play 

Gifts) 
Stories 

(Story Telling.) 
. Education II. 
. Vocal Music. 
. Drawing 

Physical Training 
Literary Society Work 

Second Year 



,. 



Kg. 1 1;. lid work 
(The Occupations) 

Kg. Lesson Plans 
(The Program) 

Life of Froebel 
(Kg. Origin 
and Growth) 



2. Education III. 

3. Vocal Music 

4. Nature Study 



A 

1. Kg. Practise 

2. Kg. Practise 
|. Elocution I, or 



B 

Kg. Principles 
(Advanced 
Mother Play) 



Public Speaking I. \ .j Stories 



4. Elective 



Education of Man 
(FroebeFs Ed. 
Laws) 

Program Making 

2. Elective 

3. Primary Theory 

4. Elective 



A 

Kg. Theory 
Education V 

Harmony 

Elective" 



(Study and 
Classification) 
Games 
{ (Theory) 

2. Kg. Practise 

3. Education IV. 

4. Elective 

Physical Training 
Literary Society Work 

Supervisor Y r ear 



B C 

1. Kg. Theory 1. Education IX. 

2. Education VI. 2. Kg. Practise 

3. Elocution II, or 3. Hist, of Painting 
Public Speaking 1 1.4. Elective 

4. Elective 



Literary Society Work. 



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Note. Two terms work in Manual Arts are able to be taken 
as elective credits. 



THE PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHERS COURSE. 



A 

Education 
Rhetoric 
Music I. 
Music II. 



First Year. 

B 

1. Education II. 

2. Eng. Literature 
Harmony I. (3) 
Sightsinging 

and Methods 
(2) 



3 



C 

Nature Study 
Harmony II. (3) 
Sightsinging and 
Conducting (2) 
History of Music 

I. (3) 
Methods in School 
Music (2) 



Physical Training, 
literary Society Work. 

Second Year. 



1. Sound 

2. Elocution I, or 
Public Speaking I 
History of Music 
II. (3) 
Child Voice and 



3 



B 

1. History 

2. Education III. 
Harmony III. 

(3) 
Musical Appre- 
ciation (2) 



C 

1. Education IV. 
( Harmony IV. (3) 
1 Supervision (2) 

3. Practise Teaching 



Conducting (2) 4. Practise Teaching- 
Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Two years of Voice are required (one lesson per week.) 
One year of Piano is required (one lesson per week.) 

Xoles. 1. The figures in parentheses indicate the number 
of recitation hours per week, when less than five hours a week is 
given. ''Music; I" consists of sightsinging and chorus work. 
"Music II" in addition to sightsinging and chorus work includes 
elementary theory of music, history of music, and musical apprecia- 
tion aided by the pianola and victrola. 

2. Students completing all the music work required in thl 
above course and the practise leaching, in addition to one term of 
psychology, one term of school management, one term of elocution! 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



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or public speaking, and two electives in English, may be 
fcrtificate from the department. 

THE DRAWING TEACHERS COURSE. 

First Year. 

ABC 



granted a 



1. 

8. 
3. 

4. 


Cast Drawing 
Greek History 
Education I. 
Rhetoric 


1. Cast Drawing 

2. Medieval Hist. 

3. Education II. 

4. Hist, of Arch, 
and Sculpture 


1. 
2. 
3. 

4. 


Hist, of Painting 
Education III. 
El. Handwork 
Botany I. 






Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 








Second Year. 






1. 

■>. 

3. 

1 


A 

Still Life 
Elocution I, or 
Public Speaking 
Elective 
Education IV. 


B 

1. Perspective 

2. Elective 

I. 3. Eng. Literature 
4. Prac. Teaching 


1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 


C 
Supv. in Art 
Mathematics 
Elective 
Prac. Teaching 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

THE MANUAL TRAINING TEACHERS COURSE. 

First Year. 



1. Education I. 

2. Rhetoric 

3. Pri. Handwork 

4. Mech. Drawing 



B 

1. Education II. 

2. Eng. Literature 

3. Elem. Handwork 

4. 1st Drawing 



1. Education III. 

2. Mathematics 
Elective 

3. Design 

4. Mech. Drawing 

5. Wood Work 



Education IV. 
-Man. Tr. Meth- 
ods 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Second Year. 

B 
1. Prac. Teaching 
3. Man. Tr. Meth- 
ods 



C 

1. Prac. Teaching 

2. Physics I. 

3. Coll. Elective 



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3. Wood Work 

4. Sheet Metal 
Work 

5. Mech. Drawing 



3. Coll. Elective 

4. Wood Work 

5. Special Elective. 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



4. Wood Work 

5. Special Elective 



Note. Modifications in the vocational requirements here out- 
lined will be made by the Department of Manual Training, tti 
better to adapt the course to the special needs of individual stu- 
dents. 

THE HOME ECONOMICS TEACHEKS COURSE. 



1. Elementary 
Food Theory 

2. Sewing 

3. Principles of 
Foods 

4. Inorg. Chemistr 

5. Rhetoric 



First Year. 

B 

1. Elementary 
Food Theory 

2. Sewing 

3. Principles of 
Foods 

4. Inorg. Chemistry 

5. Education I. 



C 

1. Elementary 
Food Theory 

2. Sewing 

3. Principles of 
Foods 

4. *Qual. Analysis 

5. Education II. 

6. Household Mgt. 

7. Methods, Home 
Economics 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



1. Elementary 
Food Theory 

2. Dietetics 

3. Household Chem. 

4. Education III. 
,5. Practise Teaching 5. Practise Teacl 





Second Year. 








B 




C 


1. 

2. 
3. 

4. 


Dietetics 
Household Arch. 
*Househoi(A 
Chem. 
Sanitation 


1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 


Food Analysis 
Demonstrations 
Education IV. 
Adv. Physiology 
Practise Teaching; 



LIT] 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



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Note. The course in Nome Economics here printed may be 
fcken during three or four years by selecting scholastic Btudies 
under the direction o{ the Faculty. 

* Omitted in this course by election provided work in sonic 
one other department is substituted. 

THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS COURSE 

First Year. 

ABC 
1. Anatomy I. 1. Anatomy II. 1. Adv. Physiology 

. Elocution I or 2. Elocution II or 2. Khetorie 
Public Speaking I. Public Speaking II. 3. Education III. 



3. Education I. 



l.Phys. Dept. 
Methods 

2. Elective 

3. Hygiene 



3. Education II. 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Second Year. 

B 

1. Playground 

Methods 

2. Elective 

3. Chemistry I. 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

Third Year. 
B 



C 

1. Hist, and Lit. of 
Phys. Training 

2. Elective 

3. Chemistry II. 



C 



1. Anthro. and 1. Practise Teaching 1. Physiology of 
Phys. Diagnosis 2. Education IV. Exercise 

2. Practise Teaching 3. Elective 2. Med. Gym. and 



3. Elective 

4. Vocal Music 



4. Elective 



Massage 



3. Education X. 

4. Mech. Drawing 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



Notes. 1. 
sical Education. 



The diploma given is that of Director of Phy- 
2. Students contemplating becoming candidates for the 



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Bachelor of Arts in Education Degree should make that fact 
known at the beginning of the course. 

THE COMMERCIAL TEACHERS COURSE. 

First Year. 

ABC 

1. Com'] Arithmetic 1. Accounting 1. Prac. of Banking 

2. Adv. Penmanship 2. Eng. Composition 2. Commercial dor- 
's Shorthand and 3. Shorthand and respondent 

Typewriting 3. Shorthand and 

4. Education II. Typewriting 

4. Education III. 
Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 



Typewriting 
4. Education I. 



Second Year 
B 



C 



1. Gen. Economics 1. Money and Bank- 1. Am. Government 

2. Rhetoric ing 2. Com'l Law 

3. Com'l Geog. N-. A. 2. Eng. Literature 3. Elective 

4. Education IV. 3. Com'l Geog. 4. Practise Teaching 

Europe 
4. Practise Teaching 

Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

THE NORMAL COURSES. 
I. County Certificate Course. 

1. .1 '/mission on the basis of country school- diploma. 

2. Recognition for completion'. Normal Course Ce?'tificavt 
stating qualifications. 

First Year. 

ABC 

1. Sewing 1. Cooking 1. Cooking 

2. Reading 2. English Grrmmar 2. English Grammar 

3. Geography 3. Geography 3. U. S. History 

4. Arithmetic 4. Arithmetic 4. Physiology 

5. Orthography r>. Penmanship 5. Vocal Music 



IOWA STATE TEACH KRS COLLEGE 



1. Agriculture 

2. U. S. History 

3. Algebra 

1. The Country 

School 
5. Vocal Music 



Second Year. 

B C 

1. El. Economics 1. Agriculture 

2. Algebra 2. El. Civics 

3. El. Physics 3. El. Physics 

4. Eng. Composition 4. Education 

5. Manual Training 5. Manual Training 



Xotex. Abridgements will be given for all subject- on uni- 
form county certificates showing 75 per cent or above. Tins course 
gives nil the new industrial subjects required by law for 1S>15. 

II. Tin: General Normal Course For Grade Teachers. 

Admission on the basis of a first grade county certificate. 

Recognition : The Normal Diploma and Second Grade State 

Certificate. 



1. Algebra 

2. *Sanitation 
"3. Eng. Classics 
4. Vocal Music 



1. Physics 

2. Plane Geometry 

3. Psychology 
1. * Drawing 



First Year. 
B 

1. Algebra 

2. General History 

3. ^Bookkeeping 

4. Drawing 
Physical Training. 

Second Year. 

B 

1. * Physiography 

2. Plane Geometry 

3. Psychology 

4. Elective 



C 

1. Physics 

2. General History 

3. *Elocution 

4. Drawing 



1. General Botany 

2. * Solid Geometry 

3. Sch. Management 

4. Eng. Classics 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work. 

* Latin or German Elective may be substituted. 

Third Year. 

ABC 

1. Rhetoric 1. English Literal ivrel. Am. Government 

2. College Algebra 1. 2. Economics I. 2. Am. History 



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or Trigonometry 3. Practis Teaching 3. Practis Teaching 

3. History of Educu-4. Special Elective 4. Special Elective 
tion 

4. Special Elective 



Notes 



Literary Society Work. 
1. Students who have completed the vocational work, 



the algebra or the physics required in Normal Certificate Course 
will be granted credit in proportion to the work accomplisht, thus 
abridging the above requirements. 

2. The special electives of the third year as designated are 
intended for Vocal Music and Drawing beyond the tabulated sub- 
jects in the same line, or in Manual Training, Home Economics, 
Commercial studies or Agriculture, as the student may elect. 

111. The Vocational Normal Colksk. 

For rural and consolidated school teachers. 

Admission : First Grade Uniform County Certificate. 

Recognition: The Normal Diploma and Second Grade State 
Certificate. 









First Year. 








A 




B 




C 


1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 
5. 


Sewing 
Algebra 
Penmanship & 
Bookkeeping 
Sanitation 
Vocal Music 


1. 
2. 
3. 

4. 
5. 


Sew T ing 
Algebra 
Drawing 
English Classics 
Vocal Music 

Physical Trainin 
Second Year. 


1. 
2. 

3. 
4. 
5. 


Cooking 

General History 
Drawing 
English Classics 
English Composi- 
tion 




A 




B 




C 


1. 
2. 
3. 

4. 


Cooking 

General History 
Plane Geometry 
Psychology 


1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 


Elocution 
Physiography 
Plane Geometry 
Psychology 


1. 
2. 
3. 

4. 


Agriculture 
Farm Botany 
Rural School 
Management 
Am. History 



Physical Training. 
Literary Society Work 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE ;; : 

Third Year. 

ABC 

1. Agriculture 1. Manual Training 1. Manual Training 

2. Rhetoric 2. English Literature.2. Am. Government 
3 Economics 3. Physics 3. Physics 

1. History of Educa-4. Practise Teaching 4. Practise Teaching 
tion 

Literary Society Work. 

Xote. This course is arranged for the giving of special qual- 
ifications of a superior kind in modern standards. None of these 
courses are to be the equivalent of College Courses as they will be 
taught so as to give the teacher in training more practical effic- 
iency in educating the boys and girls of the farms of the state 
The Practise in Teaching will be broad in its scope and notably ef- 
ficient in its extent. 

TV. Special Normal Courses. 

Special ytate Certificate Standard. 

Recognition: Special Normal Diplomas. 

1. Primary Normal Course. 

2. Kindergarten Normal Course. 

3. Public School Music Normal Course. 

4. Manual Training Normal Course. 

5. Home Economics Normal Course. 

6. Drawing Normal Course. 

7. Commercial Normal Course. 

Xotes. 1. Admission to all the Special Normal Courses re- 
-quires First Grade Uniform County Certificate or its equivalent. 

2. The First Year of these special courses will be planned by 
"the Registrar to suit the individual condition of scholarship and the 
individual needs that are essential to the special course chosen. 

3. These special courses are not planned on any theory that 
such persons would desire to take a College Course following their 
graduation. 

4. The Second and Third Years of these special courses are 
"the same as those adopted by the Faculty for Special Teacher 
Courses. 



32 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

SPECIAL MUSIC TEACHER COURSES. 

Conditions of Admission. Students are admitted to these 
music courses on liberal terms as to preparatory training and are 
encouraged to begin early enough to develop the skill and capa- 
bility for professional artistic success that are so notably demand- 
ed in teachers of these kinds. 

To become a candidate for graduation, the student must have 
attaind to the scholastic qualifications required for full college 
entrance. These scholastic conditions may be acquired in any 
good secondary school or may be accomplisht in the certificate 
courses at the College. 

Conditions of Graduation. A special Teacher Diploma will 
be awarded to such persons as complete satisfactorily any one of 
the courses here outlined, but as skill and capability as musicians 
are also essential qualities to be attaind, the exact time necessary 
to complete any one of these courses can not be stated in school 
years. The candidate must have sufficient proficiency in the spec- 
ial line chosen to secure the recommendation of the professors iri 
charge of the work to become an applicant for graduation. The 
courses as here mapped out, outside of the attainment in capability 
as a musician, can be satisfactorily completed in three years. 

THE PIANO COURSE. 

Piano lessons must be continued thru the entire period of 
study, two lessons a week. A second study — voice or orchestral in- 
strument — must also be carried, with either one or two lessons a 
week, each term except the last year. 

Other work required will be : 

First Year. 



A 




B 


C 


Music II. 5 
German 5 




English Composi- 
tion 5 
German 5 

Second Year. 


German 5 
Eng. Literature 


A 




B 


C 


Bistory of M 


u'sic I. 


3 Harmony I. 3 


Harmony II. 3 



History of Music IT. ^Elocution or Public 
Speaking 5 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Third Year. 

ABC 



33 



Psychology 5 



Harmony III. 3 
Medieval Hist. 5 



Harmony IV. 3 
Modern History 5 






The figures after the subjects indicate the number of recita- 
tion periods per week. 

THE VIOLIN COURSE. 

Violin lessons must be continued thru the entire period of 
study — two lessons per week. The piano work must be carried for 
two years successfully with at least one lesson a week. Attend- 
ance at two orchestra rehearsals and one class in ensemble playing 
is also required each week. 

The general entrance requirements are the same as for Voice 
and Piano courses, except that before beginning the regular course 
the student must finish the preparatory course which can be accom- 
plisht in one year of two lessons per week. Students may at their 
option take merely the music branches of the Violin course, upon 
satisfactory completion of which they will receive a department cer- 
tificate. 

First Year. 



German 5 



B C 

Eng. Composition 5 Eng. Literature 5 
German 5 German 5 



Second Year. 
B 



C 



History of Music I. 3 Harmony I. 3 Harmony II. 3 

Sound 5 History of Music II. 3 

Third Year. 



A 

Psychology 5 



B 

Harmony III. 3 
Medieval Hist. 5 



Harmony IV. 3 
Modern History 5 



The figures after the subjects indicate the number of recita- 
tion periods per week. 



34 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



THE VOICE COUKSE. 

Three years of voice lessons (two a week), and two years piano 
lessons (one a week), will be required. 





First Year. 




A 


B 


C 


Music I. 5 


Music II. 5 


German 5 


German 5 


German 5 


Elem^ts of Music 




Theory of Phys. 
Training 5 




Second Year. 


.V 


A 


B 


c 


History of Music I. 
Sound 5 


3 Harmony I. 3 
Eng. Literature 5 
History of Music II. 

Third Year. 


Harmony II. 3 
Psychology 5 
3 


A 


B 


C 


Psychology 5 
French 5 


Harmony III. 3 
French 5 


Harmony IV. 3 
French 5 




Medieval His: 5 


Modern Hist. 5 



The figures after the subjects indicate the number of recita- 
tion periods per week. 



Program of Recitations 

Explanatory Note. 

This program of recitations is printed for the full school year,, 
presenting the work for the Fall, Winter and Spring terms. The 
work is organized on the basis of the past year, and may be ex- 
panded if numbers enrolled should demand it. 

The nomenclature used gives in order: 1. The College Course; 
2. The Special Teacher Courses; 3. The Normal Courses, for each 
term. The electives in Home Economics, Drawing, Manual Train- 
ing or Physical Education which may apply on a college course in 
case a major is taken in one of these lines, will be found listed with 
the subjects belonging to the Special Teacher Courses. 

The program of Physical Training, excepting the Theory, will 
be found at the end of the program for each term. 

The name of the teacher is given following each subject as- 
signd for the term, and the Arabic numeral following the teacher's 
name gives the hour at which the recitation will occur. 

The following are the hours of work in the school for the year: 

First Hour 8:00 to 8:55. 

Second Hour 8:55 to 9:50. 

Assembly 9:50 to 10:20 

Third Hour 10:20 to 11:15 

Fourth Hour 11:15 to 12:10. 

Fifth Hour 1:30 to 2:25. 

Sixth Hour 2:25 to 3:20. 

Seventh Hour 3:20 to 4:15 

Eighth Hour 4:15 to 5:00. 

Of these the first to fifth, inclusiv, are regarded as regular class 
hours. 

Library Hours — School days, 7:30 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Satur- 
days, 7:30 a. m. to 12:00. 

Literary Societies — Fridays, 2:25 p. m. Saturdays, 7:00 p. m. 

Faculty Meetings — Mondays, 2:25 p. m. 

Assignment for Rehearsals of Musical Societies. 

Choral Society — Tuesdays, 6:15 p. m. 

Cecilians — Wednesdays, 2:25 p. m. 

Euterpeans — Tuesdays, 2:25 p. m. 

7oung Ladies' Glee Club — Mondays, 2:25 p. m. 

Minnesingers — Wednesdays, 2:25 p. m. 

Troubadours— Thursdays — 2:25 p. m. 

Orchestra — Mondays and Thursdays, 3:30 p. m. 

Band — Tuesdays, 3:30 p. m. 

Ensemble Class — Wednesdays, 3:30 p. m. 

Band Classes — Wednesdays, 3:30 p. m. 



FALL TERM 



COLLEGE COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. 

Psychology I., Mr. Samson 1-3. 
Psychology II., Mr. Samson 2-5. 
School Management, Mr. Colegrove 2-3-5. 
History of Education, Mr. Walters 2-3-4. 
Experimental Psychology, Mr. Mount 5. 
Educational Classics, Mr. Walters 1. 
School Administration, Mr. Colegrove 1. 

Training in Teaching. 

Illustrative Teaching, (Tues.,Thurs.) Mr. Dick 3-5-6. 

English. 

Rhetoric, Mr. Lynch 2-5; Mr. Gist 1-4; Miss Carpenter 1; Miss 

Lambert 2-4; Mr. Barnes 1-3; Miss Hearst 3; 3. 

Theme Writing and Story Telling, Miss Carpenter 2. 

Elocution I., Miss Martin 4; 1-5. 

Elocution II., Miss Martin 2; 3. 

English Literature, Mr. Lynch 3; Miss Carpenter 4. 
Shakespeare, Mr. Gist 3. 

History of the English Drama I., Miss Lambert 1. 
Repertoire II., Miss Martin 3. 

Latin and Greek. 

Livy, Mr. Merchant 1. 

Composition, Mr. Merchant (Tues., Thurs.) 2. 

Roman Literature, Mr. Merchant (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 2. 

Historical Latin Grammar, Mr. Merchant (Tues., Thurs.) 5. 

Elementary Greek, 1st term, Mr. Merchant (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 5. 

Cicero's Orations, 1st term, Mr. Merchant 3. 

Vergil, 1st term, Miss Call 1. 

■German and French. 

German I. (Die Jungfrau von Orleans), Miss Lorenz 5. 
German II. (Prose Composition), Miss Lorenz 2. 
Gorman III., (Emilia Galotti; Lyrics and Ballads), Miss Lor- 
enz 1 . 
German VI. (Der dreissigjaehrige Krieg), Mr. Knoepfler 3. 
German IX. (Lessons; Grammar), Mr. Knoepfler 4. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 37 

Pall Terra. 

German XII. (Die Journalisten) , Miss Lorenz 3. 
French I., Mr. Knoepfler 2. 
French IV., Mr. Knoepfler 1. 

Mathematics. 

Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 5. 
College Algebra I., Mr. Condit 2-3. 
Plane Trigonometry, Mr. Cory 4. 
Analytical Geometry, Mr. Condit 1. 

Chemistry. 



Chemistry I., 3. 

Chemistry II., III., Mr. Reed 4. 
Chemistry IV., V., Mr. Bond 5-6. 

Physics. 

Physics I., Mr. Begeman 2. 

Physics IV., Mr. Begeman 5. 

Physics, Advanced Laboratory Course, Mr. Begeman 6. 

Natural Science. 

Botany I., Mr. Davis 2. 

Botany I., Laboratory, Mr. Davis (Mon., Tues., or Wed., Thurs.) 
3. 

Zoology I., Mr. Arey 3. 

Zoology I., Laboratory, Mr. Arey (Mon., Tues.) 5. 

Physiography I., Mr. Cable 3 

Mineralogy, Mr Cable 4. 

Commercial Geography of North America, Miss Aitchison 2. 

Agriculture I., Mr. Davis 5, (two laboratory periods to be ar- 
ranged by instructor.) 



History 



American History, Miss Riggs 2. 

Greek History, Miss Rice 2-3. 

Renaissance and Reformation, Miss Riggs 1. 



■Government. 



American Government, Mr. Meyerholz 2. 

American Constitutional History I., Mr. Meyerholz 5. 

Municipal Government, Mr. Meyerholz 4. 

Economics. 

General Economics, Mr. McKitrick 5; Mr. Morgan 4. 
Social and Economic Problems, Mr. McKitrick 1. 
American Industrial History, Mr. McKitrick 3. 

Manual Training. 

Manual Training Methods I., Mr. Bailey 2. 



38 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Fall Term. i 

Physical Education. 

Anatomy I., Mr. Seymour 3. 

Music. 

Music I., Mr. Fullerton 3. 

Music II., Mr. Fullerton 2. 

History of Music I., Miss Childs (Tues., Wed., Fri.) 4. 

History of Music II., Miss Childs (Mon., Wed., Thurs.) 1. 

SPECIAL TEACHER COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. 

Psychology I., Miss Buck 1-3-5; Mr. Mount 2-4. 
Psychology II., Mr. Mount 1. i 

Primary Methods, 1st term, Miss McGovern 1-2-3. 
Primary Methods, 2nd term, Miss McGovern 5. 

Training in Teaching. 

Primary Criticism, Miss Hatcher 6. 
Kindergarten Theory, 1st term, Miss Ward 1. 
Kindergarten Practise, Miss Ward 2-3. 
Montessori Conference (2 days), Miss Ward 5. 

Mathematics. 

Commercial Arithmetic, Mr. Cory 5. 

Chemistry. 

Chemistry I. (Home Econ.;, Mr. Reed 1-2. 
Chemistry IV. (Home Econ.), Mr. Bond 2. 

Physics. 

Sound, Mr. Begeman 4. 

Natural Science. 

Zoology I. (Primary), Mr. Arey 1-2. 

Zoology, Laboratory, Mr. Arey (Wed., Thurs.) 5. 

Drawing. 

Drawing (Primary), 1st term, Miss Iverson 2. 
Drawing (Kindergarten), 1st term, Miss Iverson 3. 
Cast Drawing, Miss Iverson 5. 
Water Color, Miss Thornton 1. 

Manual Training. 

Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 4-5. 
Woodwork, 1st term, Mr. Brown 2-4. 
Woodwork, Advanced, Mr. Brown 5. 
Wood Turning, Mr. Brown 5_6. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 3'J 

Fall Term. I 

Sheet Metal Work, Mr. Bailey 3. 
Primary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 2-3-5. 
Elementary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 4. 

Physical Education. 

Hygiene, Mr. Seymour 5. 

Physical Department Methods, Mr. Seymour and Miss Hussey 4. 
Physical Training (Primary), 1st term, Miss Hussey 3; Miss 
Wild 4. 



Music. 



Child Voice, Miss Stenwall (Tues.) 1. 
Conducting, Mr. Fullerton (Fri.) 1. 

Commercial. 

Penmanship, Advanced, Mr. Cummins 4. 
Shorthand, 1st term, Mr. Coffey 3. 
Shorthand, 4th term, Mr. Coffey 1. 
Typewriting, 1st term, Mr. Coffey 2. 
Typewriting, 3rd term, Mr. Coffey 4. 

Home Economics. 

Sewing, 1st term — 

Miss Heinz (Daily) 8:55 to 9:50. 

Miss Heinz (Daily) 10:20 to 11:15. 

Miss Heinz (Daily) 11:15 to 12:10. 

Miss Heinz (Fri.) 1:30 to 2:25; (Mon., Wed.) 1:30 to 3:20. 

Miss Freer (Daily) 8:55 to 9:50. 

Miss Freer (Daily) 10:20 to 11:15. 

Elementary Food Theory, 1st term — 

Miss Townsend (Mon., Wed.) 1:30 to 4:30. 
Miss Townsend (Tues., Thurs.) 1:00 to 3:15. 
Miss Townsend (Tues., Thurs.) 3:15 to 5:30. 
Miss Sheets (Tues., Thurs.) 1:00 to 3:15. 
Miss Sheets (Tues., Thurs.) 3:15 to 5:30. 

Elementary Food Theory, 4th term — 

Miss Sheets (Mon., Tues.) 10:00 to 12:10. 

(Mon., Tues.,) 10:00 to 12:10. 

Dietetics, 1st term — 

Miss Sheets (Wed., Thurs.) 10:00 to 12:10. 

(Wed., Thurs.) 10:00 to 12:10. 



40 IOWA STWTE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Fall Term. 

Principles of Selection and Preparation of Foods, 1st term- 
Miss Townsend (Mon., Wed.) 8:00 to 8:55. 
Miss Townsend (Tues., Thurs.) 8:00 to 8:55. 
Miss Townsend (Tues., Thurs.) 8:55 to 9:50. 

NORMAL COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. 

Methods, Miss Buck 2. 

Elementary Psychology, 1st term, Mr. Campbell 1. 

The Country School, Mr. Campbell 2. 

Rural Education (Didactics), Mr. Campbell 3. 

English. 

Orthography, Miss Oliver 1-2. 

English Grammar, 1st half, Miss Hearst 1-5. 

English Grammar, 2nd half, Miss Gregg 5. 

English Grammar, Complete, Miss Gregg 3-4. 

Reading, Miss Falkler 5. 

Elocution, Miss Falser 2-3-4. 

English Classics, 1st term, Miss Oliver 3. 

English Classics, 2nd term, Miss Hearst 4. 

English Composition, 1st term, Miss Gregg 2; 

English Composition, 2nd term, 5. 



Latin. 



Latin Lessons, 1st term, Miss Call 2. 
Caesar, 1st term, Miss Call 4. 
Caesar, 2nd term, Miss Call 3. 



German. 

German, 1st term, Miss Nolte 1. 
German, 2nd term, Miss Nolte 4. 
German, 3rd term, Miss Nolte 3. 
German, 4th term, Miss Nolte 2. 

Mathematics. 

Arithmetic, 1st half, Mr. Cory 1; Miss Lambert 3-5. 

Arithmetic, 2nd half, Miss Allen 2. 

Arithmetic, Complete, Mr. Cory 2. 

Algebra, 1st term, Miss Allen 3-4. 

Algebra, 2nd term, Miss Allen 5. 

Algebra, 1st and 2nd terms, Mr. Condit 5. 

Algebra, 3rd term, Miss Lambert 1-2. 

Plane Geometry, 1st term, Mr. Wright 2-4. 

Plane Geometry, 2nd term, Mr. Wright 3. 

Physics. 

Physics, 1st term, Mr. Hersey 1-3-4; Mr. Kadesch \ 
Physics, 2nd term, Mr. Kadesch 3-5. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 4 1 

Fall Term. 

Natural Science. 

Geography, 1st half, Miss Aitchison 3. 
Geography, 2nd half, Miss Aitchison 1. 
Geography, Complete, Miss Aitchison 4. 
Physiology, Mr. Newton 2-3. 
Physiography, Mr. Cable 1-2. 
Agriculture, 1st term, Mr. Davis 1. 
Agriculture, Short Course, Mr. Davis 4. 
General Botany, Mr. Newton 5. 
Hygiene and Sanitation, Mr. Newton 1. 



History. 



U. S. History, 1st half, Miss Rice 4-5. 

U. S. History, 2nd half, 4. 

U. S. History, Complete, Miss Riggs 4-5 

Government. 

Civics of Iowa, Mr. Morgan 2. 

Civics of United States, Mr. Morgan 1. 

Civics, Review, Mr. Meyerholz 1. 

Economics. 

Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 4; Mr. Morgan 3. 

Drawing. 

Drawing, 1st term, Miss Thornton, 2-3; Miss Iverson 1. 
Drawing, 2nd term, Miss Thornton 4. 

Music. 

Vocal Music, 1st term, Miss Stenwall 4; Miss Giberson 1-2-4. 
Vocal Music, 2nd term, Miss Stenwall 2-3. 

Manual Training. 

Rural School Manual Training, Mr. Bailey and Mrs. McMahon 1. 
Woodwork, 1st term, Mr. Brown 2-4. 

Commercial. 

Penmanship, 1st term, Mr. Cummins 1-3. 
Bookkeeping, 1st term, Mr. Cummins 2. 

Home Economics. 

Cooking and Household Management, 1st term — 

(Mon., Wed.) 1:30 to 4:00. 

(Tues., Thurs.) 1:30 to 4:00. 

Sewing, 1st term — 

Miss Freer, (Daily) 11:15 to 12:10. 

Miss Freer (Tues., Thurs., Fri.) 1:30 to 2:25; (Tues., 
Thurs.) 2:25 to 3:20. 



42 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Fall Term. , 

PHYSICAL TRAINING. 

1st term Physical Training (Primary). 

Miss Hussey (Daily) 3. 
Miss Wild (Daily) 4. 

1st term Physical Training. 

Miss Hussey (Tues., Thurs.) 6; (Mon., Wed.) 7. 
Miss Wild (Tues., Thurs.) 5. 
Miss Nisbet (Tues., Thurs.) 7. 

2nd term Physical Training. 

Miss Nisbet (Mon., Wed.) 7. 
3rd term Physical Training. 

Miss Wild (Tues., Thurs.) 7. 
Gymnastics. 

Mr. Seymour (Tues., Thurs.) 8. 

Tennis. 

Miss Hussey (Mon., Wed.) 5. 

Miss Wild (Mon., Wed.) 3; (Tues., Thurs.) 6. 

Mr. Berkstresser (Mon., Wed.) 4; (Tues., Thurs.) 5; (Tues. 

Pri.) 6. 
Miss Nisbet (Tues., Thurs.) 4. 
Mr. Seymour (Mon., Wed.) 7. 

Swimming. 

Miss Hussey (Tues., Thurs.) 5-7. 

Miss Wild (Tues., Thurs.) 3; (Mon., Wed.) 6. 

Mr. Berkstresser (Tues., Fri.) 4. 

Miss Nisbet (Mon., Wed.) 4-5; (Tues., Thurs.) 6. 

Basket Ball. 

Miss Wild (Mon., Wed.) 7. 
Miss Nisbet (Tues., Thurs.) 5. 

Baseball. 

Miss Wild (Mon., Wed.) 5. 
Cricket and Baseball. 

Miss Nisbet (Mon., Wed.) 6. 
Rhythm. 

Miss Hussey (Mon., Wed.) 6. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 4 3 

Fall Term. 
Golf. 

Mr. Seymour (Tues., Thurs.) 7. 
Soccer Football. 

Mr. Berkstresser (Mon., Thurs.) 6. 
Track. 

Mr. Seymour (Tues., Fri.) 6. 
Football Team. 

Mr. Berkstresser (Daily) 7. 



WINTER TERM 



COLLEGE COURSES. 



Professional Instruction in Education. 

Psychology I., Mr. Samson 2-4-5. 
Psychology II., Mr. Samson 1. 
School Management, Mr. Colegrove 1-2-3-5. 
History of Education, Mr. Walters 1-2-4. 
Philosophy of Education, Mr. Walters 3. 
Experimental Psychology, Mr. Mount 5. 

English. 

Rhetoric, Mr. Lynch 5; Mr. Gist 4; Mr. Barnes 4; 2'.- 

Elocution I., Miss Falkler 3; 2-4. 

Public Speaking I., Mr. Barnes 3. 

Elocution II., Miss Martin 2; 1. 

Advanced Exposition, Mr. Lynch 2. 

English Literature, Mr. Lynch 3; Miss Carpenter 1; Miss Lam- 
bert 2-4. 
Anglo Saxon and History of English Language, Mr. Gist 5. 
Shakespeare, Mr. Gist 3. 

'The English Romantic Movement, Miss Carpenter 4. 
History of the English Drama II., Miss Lambert 1. 
American Literature, Miss Carpenter 2. 
Applied Drama, Miss Martin 4. 
Repertoire I., Miss Martin 3. 

Latin and Greek. 

Livy and Horace (Epodes and Odes) Mr. Merchant 1. 
Composition, Mr. Merchant (Tues., Thurs.) 2. 
Roman Literature, Mr. Merchant (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 2. 
Historical Latin Grammar, Mr. Merchant (Tues., Thurs.) 5. 
Elementary Greek, 2nd term, Mr. Merchant (Mon., Wed., Fri)' 

5. 
Cicero's Orations, 1st term, Miss Call 3. 
Vergil, 2nd term, Miss Call 1. 

German and French. 

German I. (Die Jungfrau von Orleans), Miss Lorenz 3. 
German II. (Prose Compositon), Miss Lorenz 2. 
German I V. (Nathan der Weise), Miss Lorenz 1. 
German VII, (Modern German Prose), Mr. Knoepfler 3. 
German X. (Lessons; Grammar), Mr. Knoepfler 4. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 4 5 



Winter Term, 



German XII. (Die Journalisten), Miss Lorenz 5. 
French II., Mr. Knoepfler 2. 
French V., Mr. Knoepfler 1. 



Mathematics. 



Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 3. 
College Algebra I., Mr. Cory 2. 
Plane Trigonometry, Mr. Condit 2-3, 
Differential Calculus, Mr. Condit 1. 



Chemistry. 



Chemistry I., Mr. Bond 4. 
Chemistry II., Mr. Reed 3. 
Chemistry III., IV., V., Mr. Bond 5-6. 

Physics. 

Physics I., Mr. Begeman 2. 

Physics II., Mr. Begeman 4. 

Physics IV., V., Mr. Begeman 5. 

Physics, Advanced Laboratory Course, Mr. Begemam 6. 

Natural Science. 

Physiology I., Mr. Newton 2. 

Botany II., Mr. Davis 2. 

Botany II., Laboratory, Mr. Davis (Mon., Wed.) 4. 

Hygiene and Sanitation, Mr. Newton 5. 

Zoology II., Mr. Arey 1. 

Zoology II., Laboratory, Mr. Arey (2 days) 5. 

Geology I., Mr. Cable 2. 

Commercial Geography of Europe, Miss Aitchison 5. 

Influences of Geography upon American History, Mr. Cable 4, 



History. 



American History, Miss Riggs 1. 
Roman History, Miss Rice 2-3. 
Medieval History, Miss Riggs 2. 
Eighteenth Century History, Miss Riggs 4. 



Government. 



American Government, Mr. Meyerholz 3. 

American Constitutional History II., Mr. Meyerholz 5. 

English Government, Mr. Meyerholz 4. 



Economics. 



General Economics, Mr. McKitrick 5; Mr. Morgan 
English Industrial History, Mr. McKitrick 1. 
Money and Banking, Mr. McKitrick 2. 



46 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Winter Term. 
Drawing. 

History of Architecture and Sculpture, Miss Thornton 1. 
Manual Training. 

Manual Training Methods II., Mr. Bailey 2. 
Physical Education. 

Anatomy II., Mr. Seymour 3. 

Music. 

Music II., Mr. Fullerton 2. 

Harmony I., Mr. Fullerton (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 4. 
Harmony III., Mr. Frampton (Mon., Wed., Thurs.) 1. 
History of Music II., Miss Childs (Mon., Wed., Thurs.) 3. 

SPECIAL TEACHER COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. 

Psychology I., Miss Buck 1-2. 

Psychology II., Miss Buck 3-5; Mr. Mount 1-2-4. 
Primary Methods, 1st term, Miss McGovern 5. 
Primary Methods, 2nd term, Miss McGovern 1-2-3. 

Training in Teaching. 

Primary Criticism, Miss Hatcher (Tues., Thurs.) 6. 
Kindergarten Theory, 2nd term, Miss Ward 1. 
Kindergarten Theory, 4th term, Miss Ward 5. 
Kindergarten Practise, Miss Ward 2-3. 
Montessori Methods of Child Training, Miss Ward 4. 

Chemistry. 

Chemistry I., (Home Econ.) Mr. Bond 1. 
Chemistry II. (Home Econ.) Mr. Reed 1-2. 

Drawing. 

Drawing (Primary), 1st term, Miss Thornton 3-4; Miss iver- 

son 1. 
Drawing (Primary), 2nd term, Miss Iverson 2. 
Drawing (Kindergarten), 2nd term, Miss Iverson 3. 
Cast Drawing, Miss Patt 5. 
Water Color, Miss Thornton 2. 

Manual Training. 

Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 4-5. 
Woodwork, 1st term, Mr. Brown 2. 
Woodwork, 2nd term, Mr. Brown 4. 
Woodwork, Advanced, Mr. Brown 5. 
Wood Turning, Mr. Brown 5-6. 
Sheet Metal Work, Mr. Bailey 3. 



IOWA STATd TEACHERS COLLEGE 4 7 

Winter Term. 

Primary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 2-3. 
Elementary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 1. 

Physical Education. 

Playground Methods, Mr. Seymour 5. 

History and Literature of Physical Training, Mr. Seymour 4. 

Music. 

Appreciation, Mr. Fullerton (Tues., Fri.) 1. 

Sightsinging and Methods, Miss Stenwall (Tues., Thurs.) 4. 

Commercial. 

Penmanship, Advanced, Mr. Cummins 3. 
Bookkeeping, 2nd term, Mr. Cummins 4. 
Shorthand, 1st term, Mr. Coffey 3. 
Shorthand, 2nd term, Mr. Coffey 1. 
Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 5. 
Typewriting, 2nd term, Mr. Coffey 4. 
Commercial Correspondence, Mr. Coffey 2. 

Home Economics. 

Sewing, 2nd term — 

Miss Heinz (Daily) 8:55 to 9:50. 

Miss Heinz (Fri.) 10:20 to 11:15; (Tues., Thurs.) 10:20 to 

12:10. 
Miss Heinz (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 11:15 to 12:10; (Mon., Wed.) 

10:20 to 11:15. 
Miss Heinz (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 1:30 to 2:25; (Mon., Wed.) 

2:25 to 3:20. 
Miss Freer (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 8:55 to 9:50: (Mon., Wed.) 

8:00 to 8:55. 
Miss Freer (Tues., Thurs., Fri.) 1:30 to 2:25; (Tues., 

Thurs.) 2:25 to 3:20. 

Elementary Food Theory, 2nd term — 

Miss Townsend (Mon., Wed.) 1:30 to 4:00. 
Miss Sheets (Mon., Wed.) 10:00 to 12:10. 
Miss Sheets (Tues., Thurs.) 10:00 to 12:10. 
Miss Sheets (Tues., Thurs.) 1:30 to 4:00. 
Miss Sheets (Mon., Wed.) 1:30 to 4:00. 

Dietetics, 2nd term — 

Miss Townsend, Miss Sheets, and (Tues., Wed., 

Thurs.) 4:00 to 7:30. 

Principles of Selection and Preparation of Foods, 2nd term, — 

Miss Townsend (Mon., Wed.) 8:00 to 8:55. 
Miss Townsend (Tues., Thurs.) 8:00 to 8:55. 
Miss Townsend (Tues., Thurs.) 8:55 to 9:50. 



48 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Winter Term. 

Household Architecture — 

Miss Townsend (Mon., Wed.) 3. 
Miss Townsend (Tues., Thurs.) 3. 

NORMAL COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. 

Rural Education (Didactics), Mr. Campbell 2. 
Rural School Problems, Mr. Campbell 1. 
Elementary Psychology, 2nd term, Mr. Campbell 3. 
The Country School, Mr. Campbell 5. 

Training in Teaching. 

Observation (Rural School), Mr. Dick 4. 

English. 

Orthography, Miss Oliver 1-2. 

English Grammar, 1st half, Miss Hearst 2-3-4. 

English Grammar, 2nd half, Miss Gregg 5. 

English Grammar, Complete, Miss Gregg 3-4. 

Reading, Miss Palkler 2. 

Elocution, Miss Palkler 4-5. 

English Classics, 1st term, Miss Oliver 4. 

English Classics, 2nd term, Miss Hearst 5. 

English Composition, 1st term, Miss Gregg 2; 

English Composition, 2nd term, 4. 



Latin. 



Latin Lessons, 1st term, Mr. Merchant 3. 
Latin Lessons, 2nd term, Miss Call 2. 
Caesar, 2nd term, Miss Call 4. 



German. 

German, 1st term, Miss Nolte 2. 
German, 2nd term, Miss Nolte 1. 
German, 3rd term, Miss Nolte 4. 
German, 4th term, Miss Nolte 3. 

Mathematics. 

Arithmetic, 1st half, Mr. Cory 4-5. 
Arithmetic, 2nd half, Miss Lambert 3-4. 
Arithmetic, Complete, Mr. Cory 1; Miss Lambert 
Algebra, 1st term, Miss Lambert 5. 
Algebra, 2nd term, Miss Allen 1-2. 
Algebra, 1st and 2nd terms, Mr. Condit 5. 
Algebra, 3rd term, Miss Allen 3-4. 
Plane Geometry, 1st term, Mr. Wright 4. 
Plane Geometry, 2nd term, Mr. Wright 2-5. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 4 d 

Winter Term. 
Physics. 

Physics, 1st term, Mr. Hersey 3; Mr. Kadesch 1.4. 
Physics, 2nd term, Mr. Hersey 2-5; Mr. Kadesch 3. 

Natural Science. 

Geography, 1st half, Miss Aitchison 1. 
Geography, 2nd half, Miss Aitchison 2. 
Geography, Complete, Miss Aitchison 3. 
Physiology, Mr. Newton 3-4. 
Physiography, Mr. Cable 1-5. 
Agriculture, 2nd term, Mr. Davis 1-3. 
Agriculture, Short Course, Mr. Davis 5. 



History. 



U. S. History, 1st half, 2-4. 

U. S. History, 2nd half, Miss Rice 1. 

U. S. History, Complete, Miss Riggs 5; 1 

General History, 1st term, Miss Rice 4. 

Government. 

Civics of United States, Mr. Morgan 2. 
Civics, Review, Mr. Meyerholz 1. 
Iowa Civics, Mr. Morgan 3. 

Economics. 

Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 4; Mr. Morgan 5. 

Drawing. 

Drawing, 1st term, Miss Patt 1-3; Miss Ivcrson 5. 
Drawing, 2nd term, Miss Patt 4. 

Music. 

Vocal Music, 1st term, Miss Stenwall 2-5; Miss Giberson 1. 
Vocal Music, 2nd term, Miss Stenwall 3; Miss Giberson 2-4, 

Manual Training. 

Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 5. 
Woodwork, 1st term, Mr. Brown 2. 
Woodwork, 2nd term, Mr. Brown 4. 

Commercial. 

Penmanship, 1st term, Mr. Cummins 1-3-5. 
Bookkeeping, 1st term, Mr. Cummins 2. 

Home Economics. 

Cooking and Household Management. 1st term — 

(Mon., Wed.) 1:30 to 4:00. 

Cooking and Household Management, 2nd term — 



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Winter Term. 

(Tues., Thurs.) 1:30 to 4:00. 

Sewing, 1st term — 

Miss Freer (Daily) 10:20 to 11:15. 
Sewing, 2nd term — 

Miss Freer (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 1:30 to 2:25; (Mon., Wed.) 
2:25 to 3:20. 

PHYSICAL TRAINING 

1st term Physical Training. 

Miss Hussey (Tues., Thurs.) 5. 

2nd term Physical Training. 

Miss Hussey (Mon., Wed.) 5. 

Miss Wild (Tues., Thurs.) 5; (Mon., Wed.) 6. 

Miss Nisbet (Tues., Thurs.) 3-6-7. 

3rd term Physical Training. 

Miss Wild (Tues., Thurs.) 7. 
Miss Nisbet (Mon., Wed.) 6. 

Adv. Physical Training (for special students in this department) 

Miss Hussey (Tues., Thurs.) 7. 
2nd term Physical Training (Primary). 

Miss Wild (Mon., Wed.) 4. 
Gymnastics, First Year. 

Mr. Berkstresser (Mon., Wed.) 4; (Mon. Thurs.) 6. 
Gymnastics, Second Year. 

Mr. Berkstresser (Tues., Thurs.) 7. 
Gymnastics, Third Year. 

Mr. Seymour (Mon., Wed.) 7. 

Basket Ball. 

Miss Hussey (Mon. Wed.) 4-6. 
Miss Wild (Mon., Wed.) 5. 
Miss Nisbet (Mon., Wed.) 3-7. 
Mr. Berkstresser (Tues., Fri.) 6. 

Baseball 

Miss Nisbet (Tues., Thurs.) 5. 
Corrective Work. 

Miss Nisbet (Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs.) 8. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Winter Term. 
Rhythm, 1st term. 

Miss Wild (Tues., Thurs.) 6; (Mon., Wed.) 7. 
Rhythm, 2nd term. 

Miss Hussey (Tues., Thurs.) 6. 
Esthetic Dancing. 

Miss Hussey (Tues., Thurs.) 7. 
Swimming. 

Mr. Berkstresser (Tues., Thurs.) 4; (Mon., Wed.) 7. 
Basket Ball Team. 

Mr. Berkstresser (Daily) 8. 
Gymnastic Team. 

Mr. Seymour (Daily) 8. 



SPRING TERM 



COLLEGE COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. 

Psychology L, Mr. Samson 1. 

Psychology II., Mr. Samson 2-4-5. 

School Management, Mr. Colegrove 1-2-3-4. 

History of Education, Mr. Walters 1-2-3. 

Philosophy of Education, Mr. Walters 4. 

Experimental Psychology, Mr. Mount 5. 

Genetic Psychology, Mr. Mount 4. 

Social and Sex Psychology, Mr. Colegrove 6. 

English. 



Miss Carpenter 2-4; Miss 



Rhetoric, Mr. Lynch 4; Mr. Gist 1; 3. 

Elocution I., Miss Falkler 3; 1. 

Public Speaking I., Mr. Barnes 1. 
Argumentation, Mr. Barnes 5. 

Elocution II., — 2-4. 

Public Speaking II., Mr. Barnes 3. 
English Literature, Mr. Lynch 1 

Lambert 3. 
Anglo Saxon and Middle English, Mr. Gist 4. 
Shakespeare, Mr. Gist 3. 
Literary Criticism, Miss Carpenter 3. 

English Literature of the Nineteenth Centry, Miss Lambert 1 
American Literature, Miss Lambert 4. 
Repertoire I., Miss Martin 2. 
Principles of Expression, Miss Martin 1. 
The Teaching of English, Mr. Lynch 2. 



Latin and Greek. 

Horace (Odes), Mr. Merchant 1. 

Composition, Mr. Merchant (Tues., Thurs.) 2. 

Roman Literature, Mr. Merchant (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 2. 

Historical Latin Grammar, Mr. Merchant (Tues,, Thurs.) ">. 

Elementary Greek, 3rd term, Mr. Merchant (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 



Cicero's Orations, 
Cicero's Orations, 
Ovid, Miss Call 1 



1st term, Miss Call 4. 
2nd term, Miss Call 3. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 5£ 

Spring Term. 

German and French. 

German I., (Die Jungfrau von Orleans), Miss Lorenz 3. 

German II., (Prose Composition), Miss Lorenz 2. 

German V., (Iphigenie auf Tauris; Die Brant von Messina), 

Miss Lorenz 1. 
German VIII. (German Classics), Mr. Knoepfler 3. 
German XI. (Immensee), Mr. Knoepfler 4. 
German XII. (Die Journalisten), Miss Lorenz 5. 
French III., Mr. Knoepfler 2. 
French VI., Mr. Knoepfler 1. 

Mathematics. 

Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 5. 

College Algebra I., Mr. Cory 4. 

Plane Trigonometry, Mr. Cory 5. 

College Algebra II., Mr. Condit 2. 

Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying, Mr. Condit 5. 

History and Teaching of Mathematics, Mr. Condit 3. 

Integral Calculus, Mr. Condit 1. 

Chemistry. 

Chemistry I., Mr. Reed 3. 
Chemistry II., Mr. Reed 4. 
Chemistry III., IV., V., Mr. Bond 5. 
Chemistry IV., V., Mr. Bond 6. 

Physics 

Physics I., Mr. Begeman 2. 
Physics III., Mr. Begeman 4. 
Physics V., VI., Mr. Begeman 5-6. 

Natural Science. 

Physiology I., Mr. Newton 3-4. 

Botany II., Mr. Davis 1. 

Botany II., Laboratory, Mr. Davis (Tues., Thurs.) 6. 

Zoology III., Mr. Arey 1. 

Zoology, Laboratory, Mr. Arey (by arrangement) 2. 

Geology II., Mr. Cable 2. 

Astronomy, Mr. Cable 4. 

Commercial Geography of North America, Miss Aitchison 5. 

Agriculture I., Mr. Davis 5. 



History. 



English History, Miss Rice 1-2. 
Nineteenth Century History, Miss Riggs 1. 
Method History, Miss Riggs 3. 



54 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Spring Term. 
Government. 

American Government, Mr. Meyerholz 4. 
Modern European Governments, Mr. Meyerholz 5. 
Constitutional Law, Mr. Meyerholz 3. 

Economics. 

General Economics, Mr. McKitrick 3; Mr. Morgan 5. 
Social and Economic Problems, Mr. McKitrick 1. 
Public Finance, Mr. McKitrick 2. 

Drawing. 

History of Painting, Miss Thornton 1. 
Manual Training. 

Organization and Economics of Manual Training, Mr. Bailey 2. 
Music. 

Music I., Mr. Fullerton 3. 

Music II., Mr. Fullerton 2. 

Harmony II., Mr. Fullerton (Mon., Wed., Thurs.) 2. 

Harmony IV., Mr. Frampton (Mon., Wed., Thurs.) 1 

History of Music I., Miss Childs (Mon., Wed., Thurs.) 4. 

SPECIAL TEACHER COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. 

Psychology I., Miss Buck 1-2. 

Psychology II., Miss Buck 5; Mr. Mount 1-2. 

Primary Methods, 3rd term. Miss McGovern 1-3-4. 

Training in Teaching. 

Observation in Training School (Primary), Miss Hatcher 2. 
Primary Criticism, Miss Hatcher (Tues., Thurs.) 6. 
Primary Theory (Kindergarten), Miss Hatcher 5. 
Kindergarten Theory and Observation (Primary), Miss Ward 2 
Kindergarten Theory, 3rd term, Miss Ward 3. 
Kindergarten Theory, 5th term, Miss Ward 4. 
Kindergarten Practise, Miss Ward 2-3. 

Chemistry. 

Chemistry I., (Home Econ.) 2. 

Chemistry II., (Home Econ.) Mr. Reed 1. 
Chemistry VI., (Home Econ.) Mr. Bond 2. 

Natural Science. 

Nature Study, Mr. Arey 5. 



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Spring Term. 
Drawing. 



Drawing (Primary), 2nd term, Miss Thornton 3 

1-4. 
Water Color, Miss Thornton 4. 
Design, Miss Patt 5. 
Design for Household Art, Miss Patt 1. 
Supervision in Art, Miss Thornton 2. 



Miss Iverson 



Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 5. 
Woodwork, 1st term, Mr. Brown 2. 
Woodwork, 2nd term, Mr. Brown 4. 
Woodwork, 3rd and 4th terms, Mr. Brown 5. 
Wood Turning, Mr. Brown 5-6. 
Sheet Metal Work, Mr. Bailey 3. 
Primary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 2-5. 
Elementary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 3. 

Physical Education. 

Physiology of Exercise, Mr. Seymour 3. 

Medical Gymnastics and Massage, Mr. Seymour 4, 



Music. 






Supervision, Mr. Fullerton (Fri.) 1; Miss Stenwall (Tues.) 1. 
Sightsinging and Conducting, Miss Stenwall (Tues., Fri.) 1. 
Methods, Miss Stenwall (Tues., Fri.) 4. 

Commercial. 

Penmanship, Advanced, Mr. Cummins 4. 
Bookkeeping, 3rd term, Mr. Cummins 1. 
Shorthand, 2nd term, Mr. Coffey 1. 
Shorthand, 3rd term, Mr. Coffey 3. 
Typewriting, 2nd term, Mr. Coffey 5. 
Typewriting, 2nd and 3rd terms, Mr. Coffey 4. 
Commercial Law, Mr. Coffey 2. 

Home Economics. 



Sewing, 3rd term — 

Miss Heinz (Daily) 8:00 to 8:55. 

Miss Heinz (Tues., Thurs., Fri.) 1:30 to 2:25; 

Thurs.) 2:25 to 3:20. 
Miss Heinz (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 10:20 to 11:15; 

Wed.) 11:15 to 12:10. 
Miss Heinz (Tues., Thurs., Fri.) 11:15 to 12:10 

Thurs.) 10:20 to 11:15. 
Miss Freer (Tues., Thurs., Fri.) 1:30 to 2:25; 

Thurs.) 2:25 to 3:20. 
Miss Freer (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 10:20 to 11:15; 

Wed.) 11:15 to 12:10. 



(Tues. 
(Mon. 
(Tues. 
(Tues. 
(Mon. 



56 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Spring Term. 

Elementary Food Theory, 3rd term — 

Miss Townsend (Tues., Thurs.) 1:00 to 3:15. 
Miss Sheets (Mon., Wed.) 1:00 to 3: U 
Miss Sheets (Tues., Thurs.) 10:00 to 12:10. 

(Mon., Wed.) 1:00 to 3:15. 

(Tues., Thurs.) 10:00 to 12:10. 

Demonstrations — 

Miss Townsend, Miss Sheets and 



(Tues., Thurs.) 1:00 to 3:15. 
(Tues., Thurs.) 3:30 to 5:30. 
(Mon., Wed.) 3:30 to 5:30. 

Principles of Selection and Preparation of Foods, 3rd term 
Miss Townsend (Tues., Thurs.) 8:00 to 8:55. 
Miss Townsend (Tues., Thurs.) 11:15 to 12:10. 
Miss Townsend (Tues., Thurs.) 2:25 to 3:20. 

Methods, Home Economics. 

Miss Townsend (Mon.) 8:55 to 9:50. 
Household Management — 

Miss Townsend (Wed.) 8:55 to 9:50. 

NORMAL COURSES. 

Professional Instruction in Education. 

Rural School Management, Mr. Campbell 5. 

Rural Education (Didactics), Mr. Campbell 3. 

Methods, Miss Buck 3. 

Primary Methods (Rural School), Miss McGovern 2. 

Rural School Problems, Mr. Campbell 1. 

The Country School, Mr. Campbell 4. 

Training in Teaching. 

Observation (Rural School), Mr. Dick 4. 

English. 

Orthography, Miss Oliver 1-2. 
English Grammar, 1st half, Miss Hearst 5. 
English Grammar, 2nd half, Miss Hearst 3-4. 
English Grammar, Complete, Miss Gregg 3-4-5. 
Reading, Miss Falkler 2. 
Elocution, Miss Falkler 4-5. 
English Classics, 1st term, Miss Oliver 4. 
English Classics, 2nd term, Miss Hearst 1. 

English Composition, 1st term, 2. 

English Composition, 2nd term, Miss Gregg 2; 

Latin. 

Latin Lessons, 2nd term, Mr. Merchant 3. 
Caesar, 1st term, Miss Call 2, 



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Spring Term. 
German. 

German, 1st term, Miss Nolte 3. 
German, 2nd term, Miss Nolte 2. 
German, 3rd term, Miss Nolte 1. 
German, 4th term, Miss Nolte 4. 

Mathematics. 

Arithmetic, 1st half, Miss Lambert 2. 
Arithmetic, 2nd half, Mr. Cory 1-2. 
Arithmetic, Complete, Miss Lambert 4; Miss Allen 1. 
Algebra, 1st term, Miss Allen 5. 
Algebra, 2nd term, Miss Lambert 1. 
Algebra, 1st and 2nd terms, Miss Lambert 3. 
Algebra, 3rd term, Miss Allen 3-4. 
Plane Geometry, 1st term, Mr. Wright 3. 
Plane Geometry, 2nd term,»Mr. Wright 2. 
Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 4. 



Physics. 






Physics, 1st term, Mr. Hersey 1; Mr. Kadesch 2-3. 
Physics, 2nd term, Mr. Hersey 3-4; Mr. Kadesch 5, 

Natural Science. 

Geography, 1st half, Miss Aitchison 4. 
Geography, 2nd half, Miss Aitchison 1. 
Geography, Complete, Miss Aitchison 3. 
Physiology, Mr. Newton 2. 
Physiography, Mr. Cable 1-5. 
Agriculture, 1st term, Mr. Davis 2. 
Agriculture, 3rd term, Mr. Davis 3. 
Agriculture, Short Course, Mr. Davis 4. 
General Botany, Mr. Newton 1. 
Elementary Zoology, Mr. Arey 3. 



History. 



U. S. History, 1st half, Miss Rice 3. 
U. S. History, 2nd half, Miss Rice 4. 
U. S. History, Complete, Miss Riggs 4. 
General History, 2nd term, Miss Riggs 2. 

Government. 

Civics of Iowa, Mr. Morgan 1. 

Civics of United States, Mr. Morgan 2. 

Civics, Review, Mr. Meyerholz 2. 

Economics. 

Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 4; Mr. Morgan S. 



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Spring Term. 
Drawing. 



Drawing, 1st term, Miss Patt 3; Miss Iverson 2-5. 
Drawing, 2nd term, Miss Patt 4. 

Music. 

Vocal Music, 1st term, Miss Stenwall 3-5; Miss Giberson 1. 
Vocal Music, 2nd term, Miss Giberson 3-4. 

Manual Training. 

Rural School Manual Training, Mr. Bailey and Mrs. McMahon 1. 
Woodwork, 1st term, Mr. Brown 2. 
Woodwork, 2nd term, Mr. Brown 4. 

Commercial. 

Penmanship, 1st term, Mr. Cummins 1-3-5. 
Bookkeeping, 1st term, Mr. Cummins 2. 

Home Economics. 

Cooking and Household Management, 1st term — 

(Mon., Wed.) 1:00 to 3:15. 

Cooking and Household Management, 2nd term — 

(Tues., Thurs.) 1:00 to 3:15. 

Sewing, 1st term — 

Miss Freer (Daily) 8:55 to 9:50. 

Sewing, 2nd term — 

Miss Freer (Daily) 8:00 to 8:55. 

PHYSICAL TRAINING. 

1st term Physical Training. . . . . 

Miss Nisbet (Tues., Thurs.) 6. 
2nd term Physical Training. 

Miss Wild (Tues., Thurs.) 6. 

3rd term Physical Training. 

Miss Hussey (Mon., Wed.) 5; (Tues., Thurs.) 6. 
Miss Wild (Tues., Thurs.) 5; (Mon., Wed.) 4. 
Miss Nisbet (Tues., Thurs.) 3; (Mon., Wed.) 7. 

Gymnastics. 

Mr. Seymour (Tues., Thurs.) 5. 

Tennis. 

Miss Hussey (Mon., Wed.) 3; (Tues., Thrus.) 4. 
Miss Wild (Mon., Wed.) 7. 



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Spring Term. 



Miss Nisbet (Mon., Wed.) 4; (Tues., Thurs.) 5-7. 
Mr. Seymour (Tues., Fri.) 6. 
Mr. Berkstresser (Mon., Wed.) 5. 

Swimming. 

Miss Hussey (Mon., Wed.) 4. 

Miss Wild (Mon., Wed.) 3-5. 

Miss Nisbet (Tues., Thurs.) 4; (Mon., Wed.) G. 

Mr. Berkstresser .(Tues., Thurs.) 5. 

Rhythm, 1st term. 

Miss Wild (Mon., Wed.) 6. 
Rhythm, 2nd term. 

Miss Wild (Tues., Thurs.) 7. 
Basketball and Baseball. 

Miss Hussey (Mon., W T ed.) 6. 
Esthetic Dancing. 

Miss Hussey (Tues., Thurs.) 7. 

Advanced Physical Training (for special students in this depart, 
ment.) 

Miss Hussey (Mon., Wed.) 7. 

Baseball. 

Mr. Berkstresser (Tues., Fri.) 6; (Mon., Thurs.) 6; (Mon. 
Wed.) 4. 

Track. 

Mr. Seymour (Mon., Thurs.) 6. 
Golf. 

Mr. Seymour (Mon., Wed.) 5. 
Baseball Team. 

Mr. Berkstresser (Daily) 7. 
Track Team. 

Mr. Seymour (Daily) 7. 






BULLETIN 

OF THE 

Iowa State Teachers 
College 

CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 



Courses of Study 

and 

Program of Recitations 

FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR 

1914-1915 



VOL.-XVt. NO. 2 
JULY 1914 



Issued Quarterly Publisht b> the Iowa State Teachers College. 

Entered as second-class mail matter August 31, 1912, 

at the post office at Cedar Fails, Iowa, under 

the Act of Congress, August 24, 1912 



Vol. XVI. JULY 1914 No. 2 



BULLETIN 

OF THE 

IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 



COURSES OF STUDY 

AND 

PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS 

FOR SCHOOL YEAR 191 4- 19 15 



The shorter forms of spelling found in this Bulletin are adopt- 
ed for their simplicity and are accepted by either the Webster's 
New International Dictionary or the Funk & Wagnall's Standard Dic- 
tionary. They are supported by the best linguistic scholarship and 
are to be preferred by teachers in the public schools. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



SCHOOL CALENDAE FOR 1914-1915. 

Fall Term — Twelve Weeks 

Wednesday, September 2, 1914, 
Tuesday, November 24, 1914. 

Winter Term — Twelve Weeks, 

Wednesday, Xovember 25, 1914, 
Tuesda}', December 22, 1914 — four weeks. 

Winter Vacation — two weeks. 

Wednesday, January 6, 1915, 
Tuesday, March 2, 1915 — eight weeks. 

Spring Term — Twelve Weeks, 

Wednesday, March 3, 1915, 
Tuesday, May 25, 1915. 

Summer Term — Twelve Weeks, 

First Half— Wednesday, May 26, 1915, 

Tuesday, July 6, 1915 — six weeks. 

Second Half — Wednesday, July 7, 1915, 

Tuesday, August 17, 1915 — six weeks. 

Summer Vacation — two weeks. 

Note: — If the General Assembly does not approve of the ex- 
tension of the Summer Term to twelve weeks the Summer Term 
Calendar will be six weeks — ■ 

Wednesday, June 9. 1915, 
Tuesday, July 20, 1915. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

COURSES OF STUDY. 

(For full details see General Catalog) 
I. THE DEGREE COURSE 

Freshman Year — 45 term hours 

Rhetoric ' 5 term hours 

Foreign Language . 15 " Ci 

Electives 25 " 

Literary Society 
Physical Training 

Note : With the consent of the adviser and the Registrar, 
Foreign Language may be delayd until the Sophomore year. The 
Electives must be chosen from Freshman studies designated in the 
outline of departments that follow. 

Sophomore Year— 45 term hours 

Education I, II, and III 15 term hours 

English IX and II, III or VIII 10 " 

Electives 20 " " 

Literary Society 
Physical Training 

Junior Year — 45 term hours 

Education IV, V, and VI 15 term hours 

Electives 30 " * " 

Senior Year — 45 term hours 

Teaching 10 term hours 

Electives • • 35 " " 

fl. MASTER OF DIDACTICS DEGREE COURSES 

FOR 
COLLEGE GRADUATES 

/. Professional Course — 45 term hours 

This course includes ;i full year's work in Education and 
Teaching and is pland to suil individual needs by the Head of 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COI.I i 5 

the Department of Education. With the facilities here for study- 
ing rural and city school systems, this year's work is very rich in 

development and training. 

77. Professional Course with Electives — L5 term hours 

1. Education 15 term hours 

2. Teaching 10 

•">. Elective with the approval of the adviser 20 " 

///. Professional Course for Special Teachers 

This course is pland by the Head of the Department of Edu- 
cation to give training to college graduates who wish to prepare in 
the line of experts in rural education, in normal training in high 
schools, in Public School Music, in Commercial Subjects, in Physic- 
al Education, in Manual Training, in Home Economics, in Draw- 
ing, in Kindergarten or in Primary Teaching. 

III. THE DIPLOMA COUESES 

The General Teachers Course 

This course is organized to give two years of instruction and 
training to high school graduates who desire to become principals, 
supervisors, or grade teachers. It is in conformity with the re- 
quirements for a second grade state certificate. 

First Year — 45 term hours 

Education I, II, III 15 term hours 

Rhetoric 5 " 

Electives 25 " 

Literary Society 
Physical Training 

Second Year — 45 term hours 

Education IV 5 term hours 

Teaching 10 " 

Electives ,.30 " 

Literary Society 
Physical Training 

Note 1 : The electives above indicated must be taken in Bot- 
any, Physiography or Geology, Advanced Physiology or Sanita- 
tion, Physics, American History, American Government, and Eco- 
nomics unless the corresponding subjects were presented and ac- 
cepted for entrance. 



6 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Xote 2: An additional requirement of 15 term hours must 
be met by election under the adviser from Penmanship, Vocal Mu- 
sic. Drawing, Orthography, Arithmetic, or English Gramma]- mi- 
les- these subjects were taken in the secondary school. 

The Primary Teachers Course 

First Year — 43 term hours 

Primary Methods (12 hours) G term hours 

Education I, II, and III 15 

Ehetoric • • 5 " 

English Elective 5 "~ 

Nature Study . 5 " 

Primary Theory and Observation (4 a week) .... 2 

Drawing (two terms — 5 a week) 5 " " 

Manual Arts (5 a week) 
Literary Society 
Physical Training 

Second Year — 17 term hours 

Education IV . 5 term hours 

Hygiene and Sanitation (b) 3 " ; ' 

Criticism and Practise 15 *' " 

Kindergarten Theory and Observation (4a week) 2 " " 

Electives 22 " 

Vocal Music (two terms — 5 a week) 
Literary Society 
Physical Training 

The Kindergartners Course 

First Year — 47 1 / 2 term hours 

Kindergarten Theory (one year, 5 a week) .... V/- 2 term hours 

Education I, II, and III 15 " 

Rhetoric and Elective in English 10 " " 

Drawing (two terms, 5 a week) 5 " 

Mature Study 5 " 

Elective . ... 5 " 

Literary Society 
Physical Training 

Second Year — 42% term hours 

Kindorgarten Theory (one lerm, 5 a week, one 

term, six a week- ) 5.1/2 terrn hours 

Kindergarten Practise, one year 15 " " 



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i:» 



Education 1 V 

Electives 

Primary Theory ( ! a week) 
Music ( two terms, 5 a week) 
Literary Society 
Physical Training 



The Public School Music Teachers Course 



First Year — 45 term hours 

Education I. II, and III 

Rhetoric 

Harmony I (3 a week) 

History of Music I (2a week) 

M usic I (5 a week) 

Music II (5 a week) 

Sight Singing (lower grades, 3 a week) 

Sight Singing (upper grades, 3 a week) 

Conducting (3 a week) 

Methods (lower grades, 3 a week) 

Elective 

Literary Society 
Physical Training 



5 term liours 



15 term 
5 



2i/ 2 



J] ours 



2V 2 

8% 
5 



Second Year — 45 term hours 

Harmony II. (2 a week) 

History of Music II. (3 a week) 

Teaching I and II 

Methods (upper grades, 3 a week) 

High School Music and Child Voice (3 a week) 

Appreciation of Music (3 a week) 

Theory of Music (3 a week) 

Harmony III. (3 a week) 

Supervision (3 a week) 

Electives . 

Literary Society 
Physical Training 

The Drawing Teachers Course 



term hours 



6 

10 
2V 2 

2i/> 
2V 2 

2-y 2 

3 
2 

15 



First and Second Years — 90 term hours 

Education I, II, and III 15 term hours 

Teaching I ami II 10 " 

Rhetoric • • 5 

History of Architecture 5 " 



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History of Painting . 5 " 

Cast Drawing (two terms, 5 a week) 21/2 " 

Still Life (one term. 5 a week) 2y 2 " 

Perspective (one term, 5 a week) %y 2 " 

Design (one term, 5 a week) 2y 2 " 

Supervision in Art (one term, 5 a week) 21/2 " 

Water-Color (one term, 5 a week) 'iy> " 

Elective from Manual Training or Music (one 

term) * 2y 2 " 

Electives • • . . 30 " 

Literary Society and Physical Training two years. 

Other sub-collegiate electives possible 15 " 

The Manual Arts Teachers Course 

First and Second Years — 90 term hours 

Education I, II, and III 15 

Teaching ' 7% " 

Rhetoric 5 " 

Manual Training Methods I and II 8 " 

Woodwork 12 " 

Mechanical Drawing 8 " 

Wood Turning 2 " 

Metal Work 2V 2 « 

I ) rawing and Design (each 5 a week) 5 " 

Electives *. 18 

Special Elective 

Literary Society and Physical Training each two 
years 

The Home Economics Teachers Course 

First Year — 44 term hours 

Chemistry IX, X, and XI 15 term hours 

Rhetoric 5 " " 

Education I and II 10 " " 

Elementary Pood Theory (three terms) (5 " " 

Food Principles (two terms, '>\ a week) G %t " 

Household fiianagemenl (2 a week) 1 " " 

Household Methods 1 

Sewing (three terms, 5 a week) 
Literary Society 
Physical Training 



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Second Year — 46 term horn 



5 " 



Education III and IV •• lo term hours 

Teaching I and II 1 o 

Chemistry XIII 5 

Hygiene and Sanitation (a) . , 

Physiology I 

Dietetics (2 a week) 1 term hour 

Advanced Cooking (2 a week) 1 

Serving (2 a week) 1 " " 

Household Architecture (2 a week) 2 term hours 

Demonstrations 1 term hour 

Elective 5 term hours 

Literary Society 
Physical Training 

The Physical Education Teachers Course 

First Year — 45 term hour* 

Anatomy I and II 10 term hours 

Phvsiology I 5 " " 

Education I, II, and III 15 « 

Rhetoric 5 " " 

Public Speaking I or Elocution I 5 " 

English Literature 5 " 

Literary Society 

Double Work in Physical Training 

Second Year — 45 term Jioar* 

Theory of Physical Education 5 term hours 

Hvgiene and Sanitation (a) . 5 " 

Chemistry I, II, and III 15 « 

Education IV . ■ • 5 « 

Plav Ground Methods I 3 " 

First Aid to the Injured 2 " 

Genetic Psychology 5 

Play Ground Methods II 3 " 

Theory of Athletics I 2 " 

Literary Society 

Double Work in Physical Training 

Third Year — 15 term hours 

Anthropometry 3 term hours 



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Physical Diagnosis 

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Physiology of Exercise 5 term hours 

Medical Gymnastics and Massage 3 

Physical Department Administration 2 

Teaching I and IT 10 

History of Physical Education 3 

Electives 15 

Physical Training and Officiating 

The Commercial Teachers Course 

First Year — 45 term It ours 

Education I. II, III 15 term hours 

Rhetoric 5 " 

Mathematical Elective 5 " " 

Commercial Correspondence 5 " " 

Commercial Law 5 " 

Accounting I and II 10 " " 

Literary Society 
Physical Training 

Second Year — 45 term hours 

American Government ••.... 5 term hours 

Education IV 5 ■ " 

General Economics 5 " " 

( 'ommercial Geography 5 " " 

Teaching I and II ■ • 10 

Electives 15 " 

Shorthand and Typewriting, (three terms) 
Literary Society 
Physical Training 

Note: The subjects Shorthand and Typewriting are additional 
to the 90 term hours required in diploma courses and must be tak- 
en not less than one year. 

IV. NORMAL DIPLOMA COURSES 

The Rural Teachers Course 

The lowesl admission is on the basis of the rural school 
diploma. 

The recognition for graduation is the rural teacher diploma 
and the etate certificate for five years. 



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The branches included in the course are as follows: 

md Grade Uniform County Certificate Subjects 

Reading 

Geography 

Arithmetic 

U. S. History 

Orthography 

English Language and Grammar 

Physiology 

Vocal Music 

Penmanship 

Note : Each subject represented here is given credit on the 
course when the student has received 85 per cent on a Uniform 
County Certificate. When 75 per cent has been received, one 
term's work is required in each subject. When less than 75 per 
cent has been received two term's work is required in Geography, 
Arithmetic, Language and Grammar, and United States History. 

First Grade Uniform County Certificate Subjects 

Elementary Civics 
Elementary Economics 
Algebra 
Physics 

Xote : When 85 per cent has been obtaind in the uniform 
county examination that subject is given a credit on this course. 
When taken in class, one term's work is required in Civics and 
Economics, and two terms' work in Algebra and Physics. 

Additional Subjects Required for the Diploma 

(1) Didactics, one term 

(2) Primary Methods, one term 

(3) The Country School, one term 

(4) Observation and Teaching, one term 

(5) Sewing, one term 

(6) Cooking, two terms 

(7) Agriculture, two terms 

(8) Handwork, one term 

(9) Woodwork, one term 
(10) Elementary Psychology 

Note: The Observation and Teaching here outlined consists 
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12 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

in work done in the demonstration rural schools maintaind 
by the Teachers College. This term's work will be provided dur- 
ing each term of the college year so that the graduating class may 
be divided into suitable sections. 

The subjects of study represented by this course are all on the 
program of recitations each term of the year so that a student can 
come any time and get credit work. Uniform county certificate 
examinations are given at the institution on the same dates as are 
required by law at the county superintendents' offices. 

The General Normal Course for Grade Teachers 

Admission: First Grade Uniform County Certificate. 
Recognition: The Normal Diploma and Second Grade State 
Certificate. 

Value of Credits: Each subject printed in this table repre- 
sents 5 term hours, requiring five recitations a week of one hour 
each. 

First Year 

Algebra, 2d and 3d Two terms 

Physics, One term 

*E1. Sanitation, One term 

English Classics, . One term 

Vocal Music, One term 

General History, . . Two terms 

::: Bookkeeping, • • . . One term 

Drawing, Two terms 

*E1. Elocution, . . One term 

Physical Training, Three terms 

Second Year 

Physics, . One term 

Plane Geometry Two terms 

*So] id Geometry, ( >ne term 

Phychology Two terms 

* Drawing One term 

*E1. Physiography, One term 

Eled i \ c One term 

Genera] Botany One term 

School Management One term 

English ("lassies One term 

Physical Training Three terms 

Literary Society Work Three terms 

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Third Year 

Rhetoric, ( >ne term 

College Algebra I or Trigonometry, Our term 

History of Education, Our term 

Special Elective, Three terms 

English Literature, One term 

Economics I., One term 

Teaching, . Two terms 

American Government, . , One term 

American History, • • One term 

Literary Society Work, Three terms 

Xotes: Students w r ho have completed the vocational work, 
the Algebra or the Physics required in the Eural Teachers Course 
will be granted credit in proportion to the work accomplished, 
thus abridging the above requirements. 

The Special Electives of the third year as designated are in- 
tended for Vocal Music and Drawing beyond the tabulated sub- 
jects in the same line, or in Manual Training, Home Economics. 
Commercial Studies, or Agriculture, as the student may elect. 

The Vocational Normal Course 

For teachers of rural and consolidated schools. 

Admission : First Grade Uniform County Certificate. 

Kecognition: The Xormal Diploma and Second Grade State 
( ertificate. 

Value of Credits: Each subject represents 5 term hours, re- 
quiring five lessons a week of one hour each. 

First Year 

Sewing, .... Two terms 

Algebra, 2d and 3d • • Two terms 

Vocal Music, Two terms 

English Classics, . . , • • . . Two terms 

Drawing, Two terms 

Penmanship and Bookkeeping, One term 

EL Sanitation, One term 

Cooking, One term 

General History, One term 

English Composition, One term 

Physical Training, Three terms 



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Second Year 

( looking, • • One term 

General History. One term 

Plane Geometry, Two terms 

Psychology, Two terms 

El. Elocution, One term 

El. Physiography, One term 

Agriculture, • • One term 

Farm Botany, One term 

Rural School Management, One term 

American History, One term 

Physical Training, Three terms 

Literary Society Work, • • Three terms 

Third Year 

Agriculture, One term 

Rhetoric • • One term 

Economics I, One term 

History of Education, One term 

English Literature, One term 

American Government, . • • One term 

Manual Training, . Two terms 

Physics, • • Two terms 

Teaching, . . . . Two terms 

Literary Society Work, Three terms 

Note: — This course is arranged for the giving of special 
• nullifications of a superior kind in modern standards. None of 
these courses are to be the equivalent of College Courses as they 
will be taught so as to give the teacher in training more practical 
efficiency in educating the boys and girls of the farms of the state. 
The practise in teaching will be broad in its scope and notably ef- 
ficieni in its extent. 

Special Normal Courses • 

Preparation for the examination given by the State Education- 
al Board of Examiners for special teacher certificates. 

Teachers of twenty-one years of age and others that may be 
holders of first grade uniform county certificates arc admitted to 
Midi classes in special courses in Primary, Kindergarten, Public 
ool Music. Manual Training, Home Economics, Drawing, or 
Commercial studies as will properly prepare them for the examin- 
ations thai are required by the stale for the obtaining of such 



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recognition. Such persons should make all arrangements with the 
Registrar before appearing for work in order to have their studies 
properly pland. 

A". SPECIAL COUKSES IN VOICE, PIANO, ORGAN, AND 
ORCHESTRAL IN STR UMEN TS. 

Voice, Piano and Organ 

These courses are pland to train students Tor capability as 

performers and for becoming special teachers. 

The requirements for graduation are as follows: 

1. Two lessons a week for at least two years in the major 
course, all this work to be done if possible under the instructor 

recommending for graduation. 

2. Satisfactory public performance of a recital in the major 
Btudy, the program to be of moderate difficulty. 

3. Two years of a "minor" course in Music (Piano. Organ, 
Voice, or any of the Instruments taught in the Orchestra Depart- 
ment). It is understood that two lessons a week in the minor for 
one year shall not be the equivalent of two years' study. 

4. Harmony equivalent to the texts of Chadwick or Bussler. 

5. Two terms of Music History. 

(i. One five hour course of general culture each term, except 
the Senior year. This course to be selected by the personal adviser 
of the student, and to be of college grade in case the student lias 
no entrance deficiencies. 

7. To complete this course, a student must meet the college 
entrance requirements. 

8. Literary Society work is recommended but not required. 

Violin and other Orchestral "Instruments 

This course is pland to train a student for capability as a per- 
former and for becoming a special teacher. 

The requirements for graduation are as follows: 

1. Violin instruction sufficient to enable the pupil to render 
a program the equivalent of a Beethoven Sonata, the Mendelssohn 
Concerto and similar modern works, to the satisfaction of the 
head of the department. 



16 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

2. Two years of piano (one lesson a week). 

3. Two years of Harmony — the equivalent of Cha'dwick or 
Bussler. 

4. Two years of ear training and dictation in relation to 
the Harmony. 

5. Orchestra and Ensemble during the course. 

6. Two terms of Music History. 

The diploma of the college will be given when the student 
has satisfactorily completed this course, together with the require- 
ments for college entrance. The certificate of Musical Proficiency 
to be granted those who finish the Violin course alone. 

All students shall take at least one scholastic branch each 
term they are enrolled unless they are excused by the head of the 
department. 

The courses for all other orchestral instruments, including 
Oboe, Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, Cornet, French Horn. Trombone, 
Tuba, Cello, Double Bass and. Harp are identical with the Violin 
Course. It is possible, however, to finish the courses of some of 
these instruments in less time than that of the Violin. 

VI. DETAILS OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DE- 
GREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS IN EDUCATION. 

The Major Study. Each student in the Degree Course must 
select a major study not later than the beginning of the Junior 
year. This selection assigns the head of the department in which 
the major is found as the adviser of said student during the pur- 
suance o!' the course. The following: are the major studies 
offerd. 



1. 


English 


t. 


Public Speaking 


3. 


Latin 


-1. 


German 


5. 


French 


(i. 


Mathematics 


7. 


Physics 


H. 


Chemistry 


".). 


Earth Science 


10. 


Biological Science 


11. 


History 



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12. 


< rovernment 


13. 


Economics 


14. 


Education 


15. 


Drawing 


16. 


Manual Training 


17. 


Home Economics 


18. 


Physical Education 



A major consists of .'50 term hours work in the department 
chosen. The student may take 60 term hours in his major study, 
with the consent of the adviser. 

The Minor Study: Under the direction of the adviser the 
student must select also a minor study which must include not 
less than 15 term hours nor more than 30 term hours. When the 
major and minor are chosen from the same group as hereafter 
outlined, not more than a total of 75 term hours can be taken in 
the two elections combined. 

Groups of Courses : The following groups of courses are pre- 
sented as plans for determining the standards that must be met 
in arranging an individual course of study leading to a degree: 

I. The Professional Group. 

II. The English Group. 

III. The Foreign Language Group. 

IV. The History, Government, and Economics Group. 
V. The Science and Mathematics Group. 

VI. The Home Economics, Drawing, Physical Education, 
or Manual Training Group. 

Regulations Governing Groups 

1. The Professional Group. When the Major is in the pro- 
fessional group the following other subjects are required: (1) 
The Minor of from 15 to 30 term-hours; (2) English, 15 term- 
hours; (3) Foreign Language, 15 term-hours; (4) History, Gov- 
ernment, and Economics, 15 term-hours; (5) Science and Mathe- 
matics, 20 term-hours. The largest amount permitted in any sub- 
ordinate major subject is 20 term-hours. 

2. The English Group. When the Major is in the English 
group, the following other subjects are required: (1) The Minor 
of from 15 to 30 term-hours; (2) Professional, 40 term-hours; (3) 
Foreign Language, 15 term-hours; (4) History, Government, and 
Economics, 15 term-hours; (5) Science and Mathematics, 20 
term-hours. The largest amount permitted in any subordinate 
major subject is 20 term-hours. 



18 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

;>. The Foreign Language Group. When the Major is in 
the Foreign Language group the following other subjects are re- 
quired: (1) The Minor of from 15 to 30 term-hours; (2) Pro- 
fessional, 40 term-hours; (3) English, 15 term-hours: (-1) 
History, Government, and Economies, 15 term-hours; (5) Science 
and Mathematics, 20 term-hours. The largest amount permitted 
in any subordinate major subject is 20 term-hours. 

4. The History, Government, and Economics Group. When 
the Major is in the History, Government, and Economics group 
the following other subjects are required: (1) The Minor of from 
15 to 30 term-hours; (2) Professional, 40 term-hours: (o) 
English, 15 term-hours; (4) Foreign Language, 15 term-hours; 
(5) Science and Mathematics, 20 term-hours. The largest amount 
permitted in any subordinate major subject is 20 term-hours. 

5. The Science and Mathematics Group. When the Major is 
in the Science and Mathematics group, the following other sub- 
jects are required: (1) The Minor of from 15 to 30 term-hours; 
(2) Professional, 40 term-hours; (3) English, 15 term-hours; (4) 
Foreign Language, 15 term-hours ; (5) History, Government, and 
Economics, 15 term-hours. The largest amount permitted in any 
subordinate major subject is 20 term-hours. 

(i. The Home Economics, Drawing, Manual Arts, or 
Physical Education Group. When the Major is in Home Eco- 
nomics. Drawing, Manual Training, or Physical Education, the 
following other subjects are required: (1) The Minor of from 15 
'<> •'!<» term hours: (2) Professional, 40 term-hours; (3) English, 
15 term-hours; (4) Foreign Language, 15 term-hours; (5) 
Hislorv. Government, and Economics, 15 term-hours; (6) 
Science ami Mathematics, 30 term-hours. The largest amount 
permitted in any subordinate major subject is 20 term-hours. 

DEPARTMENT COURSES 

(All courses give 5 hours credit unless otherwise stated) 

(For full details see General Catalog.) 

Education. 

( ji ) I degree ( bourses 

I. Psychology I. 

II. Psychology II. 

I I I. School Management 

IV. II istory of Education 

V. Philosophy of Education 



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VI. School Administration 

VII. Logic — 2 hr. cr. 

VIII. Ethics— 2 In-, cr. 

IX. Experimental Psychology 

X. Genetic Psychology 

XI. Educational Classics 

XII. Rural School Problems 

(b) Diploma Courses 

1. Psychology I. 

2. Psychology II. 

3. Primary Methods I.— 2l/ 2 hr. cr. 

4. Primary Methods II.— 2% hr. cr. 

5. Primary Methods III. — 1 hr. cr. 

(c) Xormal Courses 

1. Didactics 

2. The Country School 

3. Elementary Psychology 

4. Genera] Primary Methods 



Teaching 

(a) Degree Courses 
I. Teaching I. 

II. Teaching II. 
III. Teaching III. 

(b) Diploma Courses 

Same as Degree Courses and 

1. Kindergarten Theory I. to IV. — each 2 l / 2 hr. cr. 

2. Kindergarten Theory V. — 3 hr. cr. 

3. Kg. Theory for Primary Teachers — 2 hi-, cr. 

4. Primary Theory for Kindergarten Teaehers- 
hr. cr. 

5. Primary Criticism — 3 terms with Teaching. 

(c) Xormal Courses 

1. Demonstration Teaching for Rural Teachers 

2. Teaching under Critic in Rural Schools 

English 

(a) Degree Courses 
I. College Rhetoric 
II. Theme Writing and Story Telling 
III. Advanced Exposition 
TV. Public Speaking I. 
V. Public Speaking TL— 3 hr. cr. 



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VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

XL 

XII. 

XIII. 

XIV. 

XV. 

XVI. 

XVII. 

XVIII. 

XIX. 

XX. 

XXI. 

XXII. 

XXIII. 

XXIV. 

XXV. 

XXVI. 

XXVII. 

XXVIII. 

XXIX. 

XXX. 

(b) 



Argumentation I. — 3 hr. cr. 
Argumentation II. — 3 hr. cr. 

The Oration 

English Literature 
Anglo-Saxon — 3 hr. cr. 
History of the English Language- 



-2 hr. cr. 



Middle English 



(c) 



Shakespeare 

Literary Criticism 

The History of the English Drama I. 

The History of the English Drama II. 

The Puritan Period (Milton)— 3 hr. cr. 

The English Eomantic Movement 

English Literature of the Nineteenth Century 

Tennyson — 3 hr. cr. 

American Literature 

Eecent American Literature — 3 hr. cr. 

The Development of the English Xovel 

Elocution I. 

Elocution II. 

Applied Drama 

Repertoire I. 

Repertoire II. 

The Teaching of English 

Principles of Expression. 
Diploma Courses 
Same as Degree Courses 
Normal Courses 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
C>. 
I . 
8. 
!). 
10. 

Mathematics 



First half Language and Grammar 

Second half Language and Grammar 

Complete Language and Grammar 

Reading 

Elementary Elocution 

First English Composition 

Second English Composition 

First English Classics 

Second English Classics 

Orthography (a) — 5 hr. per week. 

Orthography (b) — 2 hr. per week 



(a ) Degree Courses 

I. Solid Geometry I. 
1 1. College Algebra I. 



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III. Plane Trigonometry 

IV. College Algebra II. 

V. Spherical Trigonometry — 2 hi*, cr. 

VI Surveying — 3 hr. er. 
VII. History and Teaching of Mathematics 
VIII. Analytical Geometry 
IX. Differential Calculus 
X. Integral Calculus 

(b) Diploma Courses 
Same as Degree Courses 

(c) Xormal Courses 

1. First half Arithmetic 

2. Second half Arithmetic 

3. Complete Arithmetic 

4. Commercial Arithmetic 

5. First Algebra 

6. Second Algebra 

7. Third Algebra 

8. First and Second Algebra 

9. Beginning Geometry 

10. Middle Geometry 

11. Solid Geometry 

History 

(a) Degree Courses 
I. Greek History 

II. Roman History 

III. English History 

IV. Renaissance and Reformation 
V. American History (a) 

VI. Medieval History — 3 hr. cr. 
VII. Eighteenth Century History (a) — 2 hr. cr. 
Eighteenth Century History (b) — 3 hr. cr. 
VIII. Nineteenth Century History (a) — 3 hr. cr. 
Nineteenth Century History (b) — 3 hr. cr. 
IX. Method History (a) — 2 hr. cr. 
Method History (b)— 2 hr. cr. 
X. American History (b) — 3 hr. cr. 

(b) Diploma Courses? 

Same as Degree Courses 

(c) Xormal Courses 

1. First half U. S. Historv 

2. Second half U. Si History 



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3. Complete U. S. History 
L First General History 
5. Second General History 



Government 


(a) 


1 degree Courses 


I. 


American Government 


II. 


English Government — 3 hr. cr. 


III. 


Municipal Government — 3 hr. cr. 


IV. 


Local Government and Problems — 3 hr. cr. 


V. 


Modern European Governments — 3 hr. er. 


VI. 


Political Parties — 3 hr. cr. 


VII. 


American Constitutional History I. 


VIII. 


American Constitutional History IT. 


IX. 


Constitutional Law 


X. 


International Law — 3 hr. cr. 


(b) 


Diploma Courses 




Same as Degree Courses 


(<•) 


Normal Courses 




1. Iowa Civics 




2. IT. S. Civics 




3. Iowa and I". S. Civics (Not a credit course) 



Economics 

(a) Degree Course 

I. General Economics 
II. Social and Economic Problems (a) — 3 hr. cr. 

III. Social and Economic Problems (b) — 3 hr. cr. 

IV. Social and Economic Problems (c) — 3 hr. cr. 
V. Sociology — 2 hr. cr. 

VI. American Industrial History (a) — 3 hr. cr. 

VII. American I ndusi rial History (h) — 3 hr. cr. 

VIII. American Industrial History (c) — 3 hr. cr. 

IX. English Industrial History — 2 hr. cr. 

X. Money and Banking (a) — 2 hr. cr. 

XI. Money and Banking (h) — 2 hr. cr. 

X IP Public Finance (a) — 2 hr. cr. 

Mil. Public Finance (!>)— 2 hr. cr. 

(I») Diploma Courses 

Same as Degree ( iourses 

( C ) Normal Courses 

I . Elementary Economics 



cr. 








(T. 








cr. 
— eac 


h 


3 hr. 


IT. 


— eac 


•h 


3 hr. 


cr. 


— each 3 hr. 


er. 


.—2 : 


hr. 


cr. 




) 2 


hr 


. cr. 




-2 1 


Lr. 


cr. 





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Latin and Greek 

( a ) Degree ( 'nurses 

I. Livy and Lat in ( loinposition 

I I. law and Epodes of Horace 

III. The Odes of Horace 

1 Y. Lalin Composition ( a ) — 2 hr. < 

V. Latin Composition (1)) — 2 hr. 

VI. Latin Composition (c) — 2 hi-. 

VI I. Roman Literature (a) (b) (c) 

VIII. Roman Literature (a) (b) (<•) 

IX. Roman Literature (a) (b) (c) 

X. Historical Latin Grammar (a 

XL Historical Latin Grammar (b) 

XII. Historical Latin Grammar (c)- 

XIII. Elementary Greek (a)—:] hr. cr. 

XIV. Elementary Greek (b)— 3 hr. cr. 
XV. Elementary Greek (c) — 3 In-, cr. 

XVI.—XVIL— XVIII. Seniors Electives— each 2 or 3 hr. cr. 
XIX. — XX. — XXI. Beginning Latin and Caesar each 5 
hr. cr. 
XXII. — XXIII. Cicero's Orations — each 5 hr. cr. 
XXIY. — XXV. Virgil's Aeneid — each 5 hr. cr. 
XXVI. Ovid 

( h) Diploma ( 'ourses . 

Same as Degree Courses 
(c) Normal Courses 

1. First Latin Lessons 

2. Second Latin Lessons 
•*) First Caesar 

4. Second Caesar 

German and French 

(a ) Degree ('ourses ■ 

I. Die Jungfrau von Orleans 
II. German Prose Composition 
IIT. Emilia Galotti, Lyrics and Ballads 

IV. Xathan der Weise 

V. Ephigenie auf Tauris and Die Braut von Messina 

VI. Der dreissigjaerige Krieg 

VII. Modern German Prose 

VIII. German Classics 

IX. German Lessons 

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24 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

XL Immense and Hoeher als die Kirche 

XII. Die Journalisten 

I. French Lessons 

II. French Lessons 

III. Le Voyage de M. Perrichon and L'Abbe Constantin. 

IV. L'Histoire d'un jenne Homme and Le Consent de 1813 
V. Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme and La Mare an Diable 

VI. Le Gendre de M. Poirier and un Philosophe sous les 
Toits 

(b) Diploma Courses 
Same as Degree Courses 

(c) Normal Courses 

1. First German Lessons 

2. Second German Lessons 

3. Third German 

4. Fourth German 

Physics and Chemistry 

(a) Degree Courses 

I. Mechanics and Sound — 3 hr. cr. 
II. Laboratory Work in Mechanics — 2 hr. cr. 

III. Heat and Light — 3 hr. cr. 

IV. Laboratory Work in Heat and Light— 2 hr. cr. 
V. Electricity, and Magnetism — :> hr. cr. 

VI. Laboratory Work in Electricity and Magnetism — 2 
hr. cr. 
VII. Advanced Mechanics — 3 hr. cr. 
VIII. Advanced Course in Light — 3 hr. cr. 

IX. Advanced Course in Electricity and Magnetism — 3 
hr. cr. 
X. Teachers Course in Physics 
I. Chemistry I. 

II. Chemistry II. 

III. Chemistry III. . ■ 
I V. Organic Chemistry 

V. Quantitive Analysis— Gravimetric 
VI. Quantitive Analysis — Volumetric 
VII. (a) Sanitary Water Analysis — 2 hr. cr. 
(b) Mineral Water Analysis — 3 hr. cr. 
VIII. Special Laboratory Course 
< li ) Diploma ( 'ourses 

1 . Sound — 3 or - r > hr. cr. 

2. Ileal and Industrial Electricity — 3 lii'. cr. 

'■'>. Laboratory Work in I feat and Industrial Electricity 



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—2 lir. cr. 

4. Physics of Common Things — 3 hr. cr. 

5. Chemistry IX (Inorganic) 

6. Chemistry X (Inorganic 

7. Chemistry XI (Household) 

8. Chemistry XIII (Food Analysis 

9. Chemistry XII (Food and Nutrition) 
10. Chemistry XIV (a )— 3 hr. cr. 

Chemistry XIV. (b)— 2 hr. cr. 
(c) Xormal Courses 

1. First Physics — 3 hr. cr. 

2. First Physics Laboratory — 2 hr. cr. 

3. Second Physics — 3 hr. cr 

4. Second Physics Laboratory — 2 hr. cr. 

Natural Science 



(a) 

I. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

XL 

XII. 

XIII. 

XIV. 

XV. 

XVI. 

XVII. 

XVIII. 

XIX. 

XX. 

XXL 

XXII. 

XXIII. 

XXIV. 

(b) 



Degree Courses 
Zoology I. 
Zoology II. 
Zoology III. 
Nature Study 
Physiology I. 
Hygiene and Sanitation (a) 

0>) 



Hygiene and Sanitation (b) — 3 hr. cr 
Physiography I. 
Mineralogy . 

Influence of Geography upon American History 
Astronomy 
Geology I. 
Geology II. 
Agriculture I. 
Argiculture II. 
Agriculture III. 

Commercial and Economic Geography of North 
America 

Commercial Geography of Europe 
Conservation of Natural Resource- 
Botany I. 
Botany II. 
Botany III. 
Botany IV. 3 hr. cr. 
. Botany V. (Bacteriology) 3 hr. cr. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as Degree Course- 



26 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

(c) Normal Courses 

1. Elementary Zoology 

2. Physiology 

3. First Agriculture 

4. Second Agriculture 

5. Third Agriculture 

6. First Geography 
?. Second Geography 

8. Complete Geography 

9. Elementary Botany 

10. Elementary Physiography 

Manual Training 

*(a) Degree Courses 

I. Manual Training Methods I. 
II. Manual Training Methods II. — 3 hr. cr. 

III. Organization and Economics of Manual Training — 
3 hr. cr. 

IV. and VIII. Woodwork — each 3 hr. cr. 
V. and VI. Woodwork — each 2 hr. cr. 

VII. Woodwork — 5 hr. cr. 

IX. and XII. Mechanical Drawing — each 2 hr. cr. 

X. and XL Mechanical Drawing — each 3 hr. cr. 

XIII. Wood Turning— 2 hr. cr. 

XIV. and XV. Sheet Metal Work— each 2V, hr. cr. 

*Note: Xot more than 20 hr. may he elected by a student who 
loes not major in Manual Arts. 

(b) Diploma Courses 
Same as Degree ( Jourses 

(c) Normal Courses 

1 . Primary Handwork 

2. Elementary Handwork 

3. Handwork for Rural Schools 
1. Woodwork for Rural Schools 



Art 



■ ( ;i ) I degree ( 'on rses 

I. History of Architecture and Sculpl 

II. II istory of Painting 

III. Cas1 Drawing I. 2i/. hr. cr. 
[V. Oasl Drawing II.- 2'/, hr. cr. 

V. Desigi] 21/, hr. cr. 



IOWA STATE TE &.CHERS I OLL1 GE 2 1 

VI. Still Life— 2i/ 2 hr. cr. 

VII. Perspective — 2\<> hr. cr. 

VIII. Water Color— 2y 2 hr. cr. 

IX. Supervision in Art — 2% hr. cr. 

*Note: Not more than 10 hr. may be elected from courses 
III to IX by a student who does not major in Art. 

(b) Diploma Courses 

Same as Degree Courses and 

1. Kindergarten Drawing I. — 2% hr. cr. 

2. Kindergarten Drawing II. — 2% hr. cr. 

3. Primary Drawing I — ->U 2 hr. cr. 

4. Primary Drawing II. — 2% hr. cr. 

(c) Normal Courses 

1. First Drawing 

2. Second Drawing 



Home Econo 



mici 



(a) Degree Courses 

I. Elementary Food Theory I. — 2 hr. cr. 
II. Elementary Food Theory II. — 2 hr. cr. 

III. Elementary Food Theory III.— 2 hr. cr. 

IV. Principles and Preparations of Foods I. — '■} hr. cr. 
V. Principles and Preparations of Foods II. — 3 hr. cr, 

VI. Advanced Cooking — 1 hr cr. 

(b) Diploma Courses 

Same as Degree Courses and 

1. Household Architecture — 2 hr. cr. 

2. Household Management — 1 hr. cr. 

3. Methods, Home Economics — 1 hr. cr. 

4. Dietetics — 1 hr. cr. 

5. Serving — 1 hr. cr. 

6. Demonstrations — 1 hr. cr. 

7. Sewing, three terms — Subrcollegiate 

(c) Xormal Courses 

1. First Sewing 

2. Second Sewing 

3. First Cooking and Household Management 

4. Second Cooking and Household Management 

Public School Music 

*(a) Degree Courses 

I. Music T. — 2% hr. cr. 



28 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

II. Music II.— 2i/ 2 hr cr. 

III. History of Music I. — 2 hr. cr. 

IV. History of Music II.— 3 hr. cr. 
V. Harmony I. — 3 hr. cr. 

VI. Harmony II. — 2 hr. cr. 
VII. Harmony III. — 3 hr. cr. 
VIII. Harmony IV. — 2 hr. cr. 
* Note: Not more than 10 hr. may be elected by a student who 
does not major in Music. 

(b) Diploma Courses 

Same as Degree courses and — 

1. Sight Singing (Lower grades) — 2 1 /? hr. cr. 

2. Sight Singing (Upper Grades) — 2y 2 hr. cr. 

3. Methods (Lower grades) — 2y 2 hr. cr. 

4. Methods (Upper grades) — 2y 2 hr. cr. 

5. High School Music and Child Voice — 2y 2 hr. cr. 

6. Appreciation of Music — 2V> hr. cr. 

7. Theory of Music— 2% hr. cr. 

8. Supervision — 2 hr. cr. 

9. Voice, Piano and Organ — Sub-collegiate 

(c) Normal Courses 

1. First term Music 

2. Second term Music 

Commercial 

(b) Diploma Courses 

1. Accounting I. 

2. Accounting II. 

3. Commercial Correspondence 

4. Commercial Law 

5. Shorthand, three terms — Sub-collegiate 

6. Typewriting, three terms — Sub-collegiate 

(c) Normal Courses 

1. Elementary Bookkeeping 

^. Shorthand, three terms 

3. Typewriting, three terms 

4. Penmanship, six terms 

Physical Education 

*(a ) Degree < iourses 
I. Anatomy I. 

I I. Anatomy 1 1. 

III. Theory of Physical Education 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS ( - 

I V. Playground Methods I, II — each 3 hr. cr. 

V. History of Physical Education — 3 hr. <-\\ 
VI. First Aid to the Injured — 2 hr. cr. 
VII Theory of Athletics I, II — each 2 hr. cr. 
Note.: Xot more than 20 hr. cr. may he elected by students 
who do not major in Physical Education, 
(h) Diploma Courses 
Same as Degree Courses and — 

1. Anthropometry — 3 hr. cr. 

2. Physical Diagnosis — 2 hr. cr 

3. Physiology of Exercise 

4. Medical Gymnastics and Massage — 3 hr. cr. 

5. Physical Department Administration — 2 hr. cr. 

Violin and Other Orchestral Instruments 
(b) Diploma Courses 

1. Violin, Oboe, Flute, Clarinet. Bassoon, Cornet, 
French Horn, Trombone, Tuba. Cello. Double Bass, 
Harp — Sub-collegiate 

2. Orchestra and Ensemble 

3. Harmony 

4. Ear Training 

PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS. 

Explanatory Note : 

The program of recitations is for Fall. Winter, and Spring- 
terms 191-4-15. Changes may be made and the program extended, 
if the number enrolled makes this necessary. 

The arabic numerals following the teachers' names indicate 
the periods in which the subjects are given, i.e. 3-4 shows two sec- 
tions (one reciting the third period and the other the fourth 
period) ; while 3 and 4 means one section extending over the third 
and fourth periods. 

The periods are as follows: 

First 8 :00 to 9 :00 

Second 9:00 "to 10:00 

Chapel 10 :00 to 10 :20 

Third 10:25 to 11:25 

Fourth 11:25 to 12:25 

Fifth 1 :30 k> 2 :30 



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Sixth ... 


2:30 to 


3:30 


Seventh . 


3 :30 to 


4:30 


Eighth .. 


4:30 to 

FALL TERM 


5:30 



EDUCATION: 

College Courses 

Psychology L, Mr. Samson 3-7. 
Psychology II., Mr. Samson 2. 
School Management, Mr. Colegrove 2-7. 
History of Education, Mr. Walters 1-2-4. 
Experimental Psychology, Mr. Mount 7. 
School Administration, Mr. Colegrove 1. 
Philosophy of Education, Mr. Walters 5. 
Ethics, Mr. Samson 6. 

Diploma Courses 

Psychology I., Miss Buck 1-3-4-5: Mr. Mount 2-6. 

Psychology II., Mr. Mount 3. 

Primary Methods, 1st term, Miss McGovern 1-2-3. 

Normal Courses. 

Elementary Psychology, Mr. Campbell 3. 
The Country School, Mr. Campbell 1. 
Didactics, Mr. Campbell 4. 
General Primary Methods, Miss McGovern 5. 

TEACHING: 

College Courses 

I llustrative Teaching, 2-5-6. 
Teaching as arranged. 

Diploma Courses 

Kindergarten Theory I, Miss Ward 8. 

Criticism, (Mon. Tins. Wed. Thurs.), Miss Hatcher 6. 

Teaching as arranged. 

Normal Courses. 

Rural Demonstration Teaching, •'!. 
'I caching as arranged. 



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ENGLISH. 

College Courses 

Rhetoric, Mr. Lynch 3-5; Mr. Gisl 1-1: Miss Lambert 2; Mr. 
Barnes L-3; Miss Gregg 5; Miss Hearsi 6; Miss Sinei 6. 
Theme Writing & Story Telling, Miss Carpenter 2. 
Public Speaking II., Mr. Barnes 5. 
Argumentation II., Mr. Barnes 6. 
English Literature, Miss Carpenter 1. 
Shakespeare, Mr. Gist 3. 
Literary Criticism, Miss Carpenter 4. 
The Puritan Period (Milton), Mr. Lynch 7. 
Recenl American Literature, Miss Lambert -1. 
ElocutioD I., Miss Martin 1; Miss Falkler 2-3; Miss Shane- 
wise 4-5. 

Elocution II., Miss Martin 2; Miss Shanewise 3. 
The History of the English Drama L, Miss Lambert 1. 
Repertoire II., Miss Martin 3. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses. 

1st half Language and Grammar, Miss Gregg 1; Miss 

Hearst 2. 
2nd half Language and Grammar, Miss Hearst ;>. 
Complete Language and Grammar, Miss Gregg 2-3. 
Beading, Miss Falkler 6. 
Elementary Elocution, Miss Falkler 4. 
First English Composition, Miss Siner 2-4. 
First English Classics, Miss Oliver 4. 
Second Engl i si i Classics, Miss Hearst 5. 
Orthography (a), Miss Oliver 1-2. 

MATHEMATICS: 

College Courses 

Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 4. 
College Algebra L, Mr. Condit 5-6. 
Plane Trigonometry, Mr. Condit 7. 
Analytical Ceometrv, Mr. Condit 3. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 



iowa state teachers college 

Normal Courses. 

First half Arithmetic, Miss Lambert 4-5; Mr. Daugherty 1. 

Second half Arithmetic, Miss Allen 6. 

Complete Arithmetic, Mr. Daugherty 3-5 : Mr. Cory 4. 

First Algebra, Miss Allen 1-2. 

Second Algebra, Miss Allen 5. 

Third Algebra, Miss Lambert 1-2. 

Beginning Geometry, Mr. Wright 2. 

Middle Geometry, Mr. Wright 3. 

First and Second Algebra, Mr. Daugherty 4. 

LATIX AND GKEEK: 

College Courses 

Latin I.. (Livy and Latin Composition), Mr. Merchant 1. 
Latin IV., (Latin Composition), Mr. Merchant 3. 
Latin VII., (Roman Literature), Mr. Merchant 2. 
Latin X.. (Historical Latin Grammar), Mr. Merchant 2. 
Latin XIX., (First Beginning Latin), Mr. Merchant 6. 
Greek XIII., (First Elementary Greek), Mr. Merchant 3. 
Latin XXIV.. (Virgil's Aeneid), Miss Call 5. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses. 

Firsl Latin Lessons, Miss Call 2. 
First Caesar. Miss (/all 4. 
Second Caeser, Miss Call 3. • 

Ih'M.W AM) FRENCH: 

College Courses 

German I.. (Die Jungfrau von Orleans). Miss Lorenz 5. 
German II.. (German Prose Composition), Miss Lorenz 2. 
German III.. (Emilia Galotti, Lyrics and Ballads), Miss 

Lorenz 1. 
German VI., (Der dreissigjaehrige tvrieg), Mr. Knoepfler 3. 
German IX.. (German Lessons), Mr. Knoepfler 5. 
German XII.. (Die Journalisten), Miss Lorenz 6. 
French L (French Lessons), Mr. Knoepfler I. 
Fuench l\'. (L'Histoire d'un jenne Homme and Le Consent 

de 1813), Mr. Knoepfler 2. 



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Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses. 

First German Lessons. Miss Nolte 4. 
Second German Lessons. Miss Nolte 2. 
Third German, Miss Nolte 3. 
Fourth German. Mi>s Nolte 6. 

PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY: 

College Courses 

Mechanics and Sound, (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Begeman 2. 
Laboratory Work in Mechanics, (Mon. Wed.), Mr Begeman 

7 and 8. 
Advanced Mechanics, Mr. Begeman 5. 
Chemistry I., Mr. Getchell 3. 
Organic Chemistry, Mr. Bond 5. 

Diploma Courses 

Chemistry IX (Inorganic), Mr. Getchell 5-7; Mr. Read 2-4. 
Chemistry XIII. (Food Analysis), Mr. Bond 1-3. 
Physics of Common Things, Mr. Perrine 5. 
Sound, Mr. Begeman 4. 

Normal Courses. 

First Physics (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Perrine 3; Mr. Mersey 1. 

First Physics (Tues. Thurs. Fri.), Mr. Perrine 4: Mr. Ker- 
sey 2. 

First Physics Laboratory (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Perrine 7 and 8; 
Mr. Hersey 5 and 6. 

First Physics Laboratory (Tues. and Thurs.), Mr. Perrine 1 
and 8 ; Mr. Hersey 5 and 6. 

Second Physics (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Hersey 3. 

Second Physics Laboratory (Tues. Thurs.), Mi- Hersey 3 
and 4. 

HISTORY: 

College Courses 

Greek History, Miss Pice 1-2. 

Renaissance and Reformation, Miss H i ir^r> - r >. 

American History, Miss Riggs 3. 

Method History, (Tues. Thurs), Miss Riggs 6. 



34 iowa state teachers college 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses. 

First half U. S. History, Miss Rice 5; Mr. Peterson 1. 

Second half U. S. History, Miss Eiee 3. 

Complete IT. S. History, Miss Riggs 4; Mr. Morgan 2. 

GOVERNMENT: 

College Courses 

American Government, Mr Meyerholz 2. 

English Government, Mr. Peterson 5. 

Municipal Government, Mr. Meyerholz 4. 

American Constitutional History L, Mr. Meyerholz 6. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses. 

Iowa Civics, Mr. Peterson 8. 
U. S. Civics, Mr. Peterson 2. 
Iowa and U. S. Civics, Mr. Meyerholz 1 

ECONOMICS: 

College Courses 

Genera] Economics, Mi-. McKitrick (i ; Mr. Morgan 1. 

Social and Economic Problems, (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Mc- 
Kitrick 7. 

Sociology (Tues. Tlrurs.), Mr. McKitrick 7. 

America i) Industrial History (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Mor- 
gan 3. 

English Industrial History (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Morgan 3. 

Diploma Courses 
Same a,- ( !ollege ( 'on rses. 

Normal Courses. 
Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrick I: Mr. Morgan 5. 



IOW \ STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 35 

NATTJEAL SCIENCE: 

College Courses 

Zoology I.. Mr. Aivv 1-3. 

Zoology I. Laboratory, (Mon. Wed. and Tues. Thurs.), Mr. 

Aivv ; and 8. 
Physiology 1.. Mr. Newton 1. 
Hygiene and Sanitation (a), Mr. Newton 3. 
Hygiene and Sanitation (b), Mr. Newton 4-5. 
Physiography I., Mr. Cable 2. 
Mineralogy, Mr. Cable 4. 
Agriculture I., Mr. Davis 1. 
Agriculture I. 1 laboratory, Mr. Davis 7 and 8. 
Commercial and Economic Geography of North America, 

Miss Aitchison 4. 
Botany I.. Mr. Palmer 3. 
Botany I. Laboratory, (Tnes.) Mr. Palmer 7 and 8. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses. 

Elementary Zoology, Mr. Arey 5. 
Elementary Physiology, Mr. Newton 2. 
Elementary Physiography, Mr. Cable 1-5. 

First Agriculture, Mr. Davis 2 ; 1-3-4. 

Agriculture Laboratory, (Mon. Wed.) 7 and 8. 

Second Agriculture, Mr. Davis 3. 
First half Geography, Miss Aitchison 1. 
Second half Geography, Miss Aitchison 2. 
Complete Geography, Miss Aitchison 3. 
Elementary Botany, Mr. Palmer 1-2. 

MANUAL TRAINING: 

College Courses 

Manual Training Methods I., Mr. Bailey 2. 
Woodwork, Advanced, Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 
Woodwork IV., (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Brown 7 and 8. 
Mechanical Drawing X and XL (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. 

Bailey 3 and 4. 
Mechanical Drawing IX and XII. (Tnes. Tlmrs.). Air. Bailey 

7 and 8. 
W'ood Turning, Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 



36 10wa state teachers college 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses. 

Primary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 1-2-3. 
Handwork for Kural Schools, Mrs. McMahon 5. 
AVoodwork for Kural Schools, Mr. Brown 6. 

ART: 

College Courses 

Cast Drawing I.. Miss Patt 5. 
Still Life, Miss Thorton 2. 
Perspective, Miss Thornton 1. 
Water Color, Miss Thornton 6. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Kindergarten Drawing I., Miss Schuneman 2. 

Primary Drawing I., Miss Schuneman 4-5. 

Normal Courses. 

First Drawing, Miss Patt 1-4; Miss Thornton 3. 
Second Drawing, Miss Patt 2. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC: 

College Courses 

Music I., Mr. Fullerton 1. 

Music II., Mr. Fullerton 3. 

History of Music II., (Mon. Wed. Thurs.), Miss Childs 6. 

Harmony f.. (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Miss Thomson 3. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Methods (Lower Grades), (Mon. Wed. Thrus. ), 1 

Methods (Upper Grades), (Mow. Wed. Fri.), Miss Sten- 

wall 5. 
High School Music (Tues. Thurs.) Mr. Fullerton ». 

Normal Courses. 

Firsl term Music Miss Slcnwall 1-2; Miss Thomson 4-6. 
Second term Music 3-4. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 37 

COMMERCIAL: 

Diploma Courses 

Commercial Correspondence, Mr. Coffey 1. 
Commercial Law, Mr. Coffey 5. 
First Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 4. 
First Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 3. 

Normal Courses 

First Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 2. 
First Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 3-5-6. 
Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 

HOME ECONOMICS: 

College Courses 

Elementary Food Theory I. (Mon. Wed.), Miss Young 1 and 
2; 3 and 4; Miss Goff 1 and 2; 5 and 6; Miss Stallman 
3 and 4; 5 and 6. 

Principles and Preparation of Foods I. (Tues. Thurs. Fri.), 
Miss Young 1 ; Miss Stallman 3-5. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Dietetics, (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Young 5 and 6 ; Miss Goff 3 

and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8; Miss Stallman 7 and 8. 
First Sewing (Daily) 1, Miss Heinz. 

First Sewing (Mon. Wed.) 1 and 2, (Fri.) 2, Miss Freer. 
First Sewing (Mon. Wed.) 3 and 4, (Fri.) 3, Miss Heinz, 

Miss Freer. 
First Sewing (Tues. Thurs.) 3 and 4, (Fri,) 4, Miss Heinz, 

Miss Freer. 
First Sewing (Tues. Thurs.) 5 and 6, (Fri.) 5, Miss Freer, 
First Sewing (Mon. Wed.), 5 and 6, (Fri.) 5, Miss Heinz. 

Normal Courstn 

First Sewing, Miss Hurd 1-2-7. 

Second Sewing, Miss Hurd 4. 

First Cooking (Mon. Wed. and Tues. Thurs.), Miss Hurd 3 

and 4. 
First Cooking (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Hurd 5 and 6. 
Second Cooking (Mon. Wed.), Miss Hurd 5 and G. 



38 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: 

College Courses 

Anatomy I., Mr. Seymour 3. 

Theory of Physical Education, Mr. Seymour 4: Miss 

Hussey 4. 
Theory of Atheletics I. (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Seymour 6. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses, and 

Anthropometry, (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Seymour 2. 

Physical Diag-nosis, (Tues. Thurs), Mr. Seymour 2. 

Practical Work 

First term Physical Training (Primary). Miss Hussey 5; 

Miss Wild 4. 
First Physical Training, (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Hussey 6; 

Miss Wild 3; Miss Nisbet 4-6. 
First Physical Training, (Mon. Wed.), Miss Hussey 3: Miss 

Wild 5. 
Second Physical Training (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Wild (i. 
Third Physical Training, (Mon. Wed.), Miss Msbet (>. 
Gymnastics, Miss Hussey 7. 
Tennis, (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Berkstresser 4-5. 
Tennis, (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Berkstresser 5. 
Swimming, (Mon. Wed.), Miss Hussey 6; Miss Wild 3-7; 

Miss Msbet 4. 
Swimming, (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Wild 5; Miss Nisbet 3-7; 

Mr. Berkstresser 4-6. 
Cricket (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Nisbet 5. 
Ehythm II., (Mon. Wed.), Miss Wild 6. 
Folk Dancing. (Mon. Wed.), Miss Nisbet 3-5. 
Rhythm I., (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Wild 7. 
Coif, (Mod. Wed.), Mr. Seymour 5. 
Golf, (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Seymour 5. 
Football, (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Berkstresser 6. 
Cross Country (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Seymour 6. 
Hockey, (Mon. Wed.), Miss Nisbel 7. 
Athletics, Miss Hussey 8. 
Football Team, Mr. Berkstresser 7 and 8. 
Football Squad, Mr. Seymour 7 and 8. 



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WINTEE TERM 

EDUCATIOX : 

College Courses 

Psychology I., Mr. Samson 2-5. 
Psychology II., Mr. Samson 1-4. 
School Management, Mr. Colegrove 2-3-5. 
History of Education, Mr. Walters 3-4-7. 
Experimental Psychology, Mr. Mount 7. 
Educational Classics. Mr. Wallers 6. 

Diploma Courses 

Psychology I., Miss Buck 1-2-3. 

Psychology II., Mr. Colegrove 4 ; Mr. Mount 1-2-3 ; Miss 

Buck 7. 
Primaiy Methods II., Miss Mc Govern 1-2. 
Primary Methods I., Miss McGovern 3. 

Normal Courses 

Didactics, Mr. Campbell 3-4. 
The Country School, Mr. Campbell 1. 
Elementary Psychology, Mr. Campbell 2. 
General Primary Methods, Miss McGovern 5. 
TEACHING : 

College Courses 

Illustrative Teaching, 6. 
Teaching as arranged. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Kindergarten Theory II, Miss Ward 2. 

Kindergarten Theory IV., Miss Ward 4. 

Primary Criticism, (Tues. Thurs. ), Miss Hatcher 6. 

Teaching as arranged. 

Normal Courses 

Eural Demonstration Teaching, 3. 
Teaching as arranged. 

ENGLISH : 

College Cor uses 

Rhetoric, Mr. Lynch 5: Mr. Gist I : Miss Siner 2. 
Advanced Exposition, Mr. Lynch 2. 



40 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Public Speaking I., Mr. Barnes 3. 

Public Speaking II., Mr. Barnes 5. 

Argumentation I., Mr. Barnes 2. 

Argumentation II., Mr. Barnes 6. 

English Literature, Miss Carpenter 1-3 ; Miss Lambert 2-4. 

Anglo-Saxon, Mr. Gist 5. 

History of the English Language, Mr. Gist 5. 

The History of the English Drama II., Miss Lambert 1. 

Tennyson, Mr. Gist 2. 

American Literature, Mr. Lynch 7. 

Elocution I., Miss Falkler 4-5; Miss Slianewise 3-4. 

Elocution II., Miss Martin 1; Miss Shanewise 5. 

Applied Drama, Miss Martin 4. 

Eepertoire L, Miss Martin 2. 

The English Romantic Movement, Miss Carpenter 4. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

First half Language and Grammar ,Miss Gregg 5; Miss 

Hearst 1-4. 
Second half Language and Grammar, Miss Hearst 5. 
Complete Language and Grammar, Miss Gregg 3-4. 
Reading, Miss Falkler 2. 
Elementary Elocution, Miss Falkler 3. 
First English Composition, Miss Gregg 2 ; Miss Siner 3. 
Second English Composition, Miss Siner 5. 
First English Classics, Miss Oliver 4. 
Second English Classics, Miss Hearst 3. 
Orthography (a), Miss Oliver 1-2. 

MATHEMATICS: 

College Courses 

Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 1. 

College Algebra I., Miss Lambert 2. 

Plane Trigonometry, Mr. Daugherty 6-7. 

College Algebra II., Mr. Condit 2. 

Spherical Trigonometry, (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Condit 7. 

Differentia] Calculus, Mr. Condit 3. 

Diploma Courses 
Same ae ( iollege ( 'ourses. 



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Normal Courses 

First half Arithmetic, Mr. Daugherty 3-4. 

Second half Arithmetic, Miss Lambert 3-4. 

Complete Arithmetic, Mr. Condit 5 ; Mr. ( !ory 4. 

First Algebra. Miss Lambert 6. 

Second Algebra, Miss Allen 3. 

Third Algebra, Miss Allen 1-5. 

First and Second Algebra. Miss Allen 2. 

Beginning Geometry, Mr. Wright 4. 

Middle Geometry, Mr. Wrighl 2. 

HISTORY: 

College Courses 

American History (b), (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Miss Riggs 5. 
Eighteenth Century History, (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Riggs 4. 
Nineteenth Century History (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Miss Riggs 4. 

Roman History, Miss Rice 2-3. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. I 

Normal Courses 

First half U. S. History, Miss Rice 4-5. 
Second half U. S. History, Mr. Morgan 2. 
Complete U. S. History, Miss Riggs 2-3. 
First General History. Mr. Peterson 2. 

GOVERNMENT: 

College Courses 

American Government, Mr. Peterson 3. 
Modern European Government, Mr. Meyerliolz 5. 
American Constitutional History II., Mr. Meyerliolz 0. 
International Law, Mr. Meyerliolz 2. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

Iowa Civics. Mr. Peterson 1. 
V. S. Civics. Mr. Peterson 4. 
Iowa and U. S. Civics, Mr. Meyerliolz .'}. 



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ECONOMICS : 

College Courses 

General Economies, Mr McKitrick 6 : Mr. Morgan 1. 

Social and Economic Problems (b) (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. 
McKitrick 7. 

American Industrial History (1)) (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr- 
Morgan 3. 

Sociology, (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. McKitrick 7. 

Money and Hanking- (a) (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. McKitrick 3. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal ( Iourses 
Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 1: Mr. Morgan 5. 

LATIN AND GREEK : 

College Courses 

Latin II., (Livy and the Epodes of Horace), Mr. Merchant 1. 

Latin V., (Latin Composition), Mr. Merchant 3. 

Latin VIII., (Roman Literature), Mr. Merchant 2. 

Latin XL, (Historical Latin Grammar), Mr. Merchant 2. 

Latin XX., (Second Beginning Latin), Mr. Merchant (>. 

Latin XXIL, (Cicero's Orations), Miss Call 3 

Latin XXV., (Virgil's Aeneid), Miss (Sill 5. 

Greek XIV., (Second Elementary Greek), Mr. Merchant 3. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Coursks 

Second Latin Lessons, Miss (Jail 2. 

Second ( laesar, Miss Call 4. 

GERMAN AND FRENCH : 

College Courses 

German I., (Die Jimgfran von Orleans), Miss Lorenz 5. 

German II., (German Prose Composition), Miss Lorenz 2. 

German IV., (Nathan <\v\- Weise), Miss Lorenz 3. 

German VII., (Modem German Prose), Mi-, fvnoepfier ;;. 



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German X.. (German Lessons), Mr. Knoepfler 5. 
German XII., (Die Journalisten), Miss Lorenz 6. 
French II., (French Lessons), Mr. Knoepfler 1. 
French Y., (Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme and La Mare an 
Diable), Mr. Knoepfler 2. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

First German Lessons, Miss Nolte 1. 
Second German Lessons, Miss Nolte 'L 
Third German, Miss Nolte 3. 
Fourth German, Miss Nolte 6. 

PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY: 

College Courses 

Mechanics and Sound (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Begemanj 2. 
Laboratory Work in Mechanics, (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Begeman 

7 and 8 
Electricity and Magnetism, (Tues. Thurs. Fri.), Mr. Bege- 

man 4. 
Laboratory Work in Electricity and Magnetism, (Mon. Wed.) 

Mr. Begeman 4 and 5. 
Advanced Course in Light, Mr. Begeman 5. 
Chemistry IL, Mr. Getchell 3. 
Quantitive Analysis — Gravimetric, Mr. Bond 1. 

Diploma Courses 

Chemistry X., (Inorganic), Mr. Getchell 5-7; Mr, Head 2-4-. 
Chemistry XIL, (Food and Nutrition), Mr. Bond 5. 

Normal Courses 

First Physics, (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Perrine 1 : Mr. Mer- 
sey 3. 

First Physics, (Tues. Thurs. Fri.), Mr. Perrine 2. 

First Physics Laboratory, (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Perrine ■"> 
and 6. 

First Physics Laboratory, (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Perrine 5 and 6; 
Mr. Hersey 7 and 8. 

Second Physics (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Perrine 3; Mr. Her- 
sey 5. • ;,.,.!.-.; 



44 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Second Physics, (Tues. Thurs. Fri.), Mr. Hersey 4. 
Second Physics Laboratory (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Perrine 3 
and 4; Mr. Hersey 7 and 8. 

NATUKAL SCIENCE: 

College Courses 

Zoology II., Mr. Arey 1. 

Zoology II. Laboratory, (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Arey 7 and 8. 

Hygiene and Sanitation (a) Mr. Newton 2-4-5. 

Agriculture II., Mr. Davis I. 

Agriculture II. Laboratory, Mr. Davis 7 and 8. 

Commercial Geography of Europe, Miss Aitchison 5. 

Geology I., Mr. Cable 2. 

Botany II., Mr. Palmer 3. 

Botany II. Laboratory (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Palmer 4. 

Botany IV., Mr. Palmer 5. 

Botany IV.. Laboratory (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Palmer 5 and 6. 

Botany V. (Bacteriology), Mr. Palmer 1. 

Influence of Geography upon American History, Mr. Cable 4. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

Elementary Physiology, Mr. Newton 3. 
First Agriculture, Mr. Davis 3. 

Second Agriculture, Mr. Davis 2; 2-3-4. 

Agriculture Laboratory, (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Davis 7 and 8. 

First half Geography, Miss Aitchison 1. 

Second half Geography, Miss Aitchison 2. 

Complete Geography, Miss Aitchison 3. 

Elementary Botany, Mr. Palmer 2. 

Elementary Physiography, Mr. Cable 1-3. 

MANUAL TEAINING: 

College Courses 

Manual Training Methods EL, (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. 

Bailey 3. 
Woodwork IV., (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 
Wood Turning, Mr. Brown 5 and 6. 
Mechanical Drawing TX and XII. (Tues. and Thurs.), Mr. 

Bailey 3 and 4. 



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Mechanical Drawing X and XL (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. 

Bailey 5 and 6. 
Sheet Metal Work, Mr. Bailey 2. 
Woodwork, Advanced, Mr. Brown 5 and 6. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

Primary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 1-4. 
Elementary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 2. 
Handwork for Rural Schools, Mrs. McMahon 5. 
Woodwork for Rural Schools, Mr. Brown 7. 

ART: 

College Courses 

History of Architecture and Sculpture, Miss Thornton 5. 

Cast Drawing II., Miss Patt 6. 

Still Life, Miss Thornton 3. 
Perspective, Miss Thornton 4. 

Water Color, Miss Thornton 6. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 
Kindergarten Drawing II., Miss Schuneman 3. 
Primary Drawing I., Miss Patt 2; Miss Schuneman 5-6. 
Primary Drawing II., Miss Schuneman 2. 

Normal Courses 
First Drawing, Miss Patt 1-4. 

HOME ECONOMICS: 

College Courses 

Elementary Food Theory II. (Mon. Wed.), Miss Young 1 

and 2 ; Miss Goff 1 and 2 ; 5 and 6 ; Miss Stallman 3 and 

4; 5 and 6. 
Elementary Food Theory II. (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Goff 3 

and 4. 
Principles and Preparations of Foods II., (Tues. Thurs. 

Fri.), Miss Young 1; Miss Stallman 3-5. 



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Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Household Architecture (Tues. Tlmrs. ). Miss Young 2 

and 3. 
Second Sewing (Daily), 1, Miss Heinz. 
Second Sewing (Daily), 2, Miss Freer. 
Second Sewing (Mon. Wed.) 3 and -1, (Fri) 3, Miss Heinz, 

Miss Freer. 
Second Sewing (Mon. Wed.), 5 and 6, (Fri.) 5, Miss Heinz, 

Miss Freer. 
Second Sewing (Tues. Thurs.), 3 and 4, (Fri.) 4, Miss 

Heinz, Miss Freer. 
Second Sewing (Tues. Thurs.) 5 and 6, (Fri.) 5; Miss Freer. 
Serving, Miss Young 7; Miss GofT 7; Miss Stallman T. 

Normal Courses 

First Sewing, Miss Hurcl 1-2. 
Second Sewing, Miss Hurd 4-6. 

First Cooking (Mon. Wed.), Miss Hurd 3 and 4; 5 and 6. 
^ Second Cooking (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Hurd 3 and 4: 5 and 6. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC : 

College Courses 

Music 1., Mr. Fullerton 2. 

Music II., Mr. Fullerton 1. 

History of Music I. (Tues. Thurs), Miss Childs 1. 

Harmony [., (Mon. Wed. Fri), Miss Thomson 4. 

Harmony III., (Mon. Wed. Thurs.), Miss Thomson <i. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Sight Singing (Upper grades) (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Miss Sten- 
wall 5. 

Sight Singing (Lower Grades) (Tues. Wed. Fri.) 3. 

Theory of Music (Tues. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Fulerton 5. 

Normal Courses 

Firel Term Music, Miss Stenwal] 1-2; Miss Thomson 3. 
Second Term Music 1-4. 

I OMMERCIAL: 

Diploma Courses 
Accounting I*.. Mr. ( !ummins 1. 

Commercial Correspondence. Mr. ColTey I. 



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First Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 3. 
Second Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 5. 
First Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 1. 
Second Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 2. 

Normal Courses 

Elementary Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 2. 
First Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 3-5-6. 
Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION : 

College Courses 

Anatomy II, Mr. Seymour 3. 

Playground Methods I., (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Seymour 6. 
History of Physical Education (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Sey- 
mour 4. 
First Aid to the Injured (Tues. Thurs), Mr. Seymour 4. 
Theory of Athletics II. (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Seymour 5. 

Practical Work 

Second term Physical Training (Mon. Wed.), Miss Hussey 

5; Miss Wild 3; Miss Msbet 4. 
First term Physical Training (Mon. Wed.), Miss Nisbet 5. 
Second term Physical Training (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Hus- • 

sey 4; Miss Wild 6; Miss Nisbet 7. 
Third term Physical Training (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Xis- 

bet 6. 
• Second term Physical Training (Primary), (Mon. Wed.), 

Miss Hussey 3. 
Second term Physical Training (Primary), (Tues. Thurs.), 

Miss Wild 4. 
Gymnastics, Miss Hussey 7. 

First Gymnastics, (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Bcrkstresser 4-6. 
Second Gymnastics (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Berkstresser 5. 
Third Gymnastics, (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Seymour 7. 
Basket Ball (Mon. Wed.). Miss Bussey 1: Miss NTisbet 3; 

Mr. Berkstresser 7. 
Basket Ball (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Wild 5; Miss Xisbet 4; 

Mr. Berkstresser 6. 
Advanced Basket Ball, (Mon. Wed.), Mi^s Xisbet 7. 
Rhythm First, (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Wild 1-7. 
Rhythm Second. (Mon. Wed.). Miss Wild 6. 
Advanced Gymnastics (Mon. Wed.), Miss Wild 7. 



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Aesthetic Dancing, Miss Hussey 8. 

Folk Dancing (Mon. Wed.), Miss Wild 5; Miss Nisbct 6. 

Folk Dancing (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Nisbet 3. 

Swimming (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Berkstresser 5. 

Swimming (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Berkstresser T. 

Games (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Hussey 6. 

Gymnastic Team, Mr. Seymour 8. 

Basketball Team, Mr. Berkstresser 8. 

SPRING TERM 
EDUCATION : 

College Courses 

Psychology I., Mr. Samson 1. 

Psychology II., Mr. Samson 2-5. 

School Management, Mr. Colegrove 1-2-3-5. 

History of Education, Mr. Walters 1-2. 

Philosophy of Education, Mr. Walters 6. 

Logic, Mr. Walters 7. 

Experimental Psychology, Mr. Mount B. 

Genetic Psychology, Mr. Mount 3. 

Rural School Problems, Mr. Hart 1. 

Diploma Courses 

Psychology I., Miss Buck 1-2. 
Psychology II., Mr.. Mount 1-2; Miss Buck 3-5. 
Primary Methods II., Miss McGovern 2. 

Primary Methods III., (Mon. Wed. and Tues. Thurs.), Miss 
McGovern 1. 

Normal Courses 

Didactics, Mr. Campbell 4. 
The Country School, Mr. Campbell 1. 
Elementary Psychology, Mr. Campbell 3. 
Genera] Primary Methods, Miss McGovern 3-4. 

TEACHING: 

College Courses 

Illustrative Teaching, 6. 
Teaching as arranged. 



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Dii'loma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Kindergarten Theory III.. Miss Ward 2. 

Kindergarten Theory IV.. Miss Ward I. 

Primary Theory for Kindergarten Teachers. Miss Hatcher 2-5. 

Kindergarten Theory for Primary Teachers. Miss Ward 3. 

Primary Criticism (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Hatcher 6. 

Teaching as arranged. 

Normal Courses' 

Rural Demonstration Teaching, 3. 
Teaching as arranged. 

ENGLISH : 

College Courses 

Rhetoric, Mr. Lynch 5; Mr. Gist 1; Miss Siner 2. 
Public Speaking I., Mr. Barnes 1. 
Public Speaking II., Mr. Barnes 5. 
Argumentation I., Mr. Barnes 2. 
The Oration, Mr. Barnes 4. 

English Literature, Miss Carpenter 1-3; Miss Lambert 2-4. 
Anglo-Saxon and Middle English, Mr. Gist 4. 
English Literature of the Nineteenth Century, Miss Lam- 
bert 1. 
American Literature, Mr. Lynch 3. 

The Development of the English Novel, Miss Carpenter 4. 
Elocution I., Miss Falkler 3; Miss Shanewise 1-4. 
Elocution II., Miss Martin 1 ; Miss Shanewise 2. 
Repertoire I., Miss Martin 2. 
The Teaching of English, Mr. Lynch 7. 
Shakespeare, Mr. Gist 3. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

First half Language and Grammar, Miss Hearst 5. 

Second half Language and Grammar, Miss Hearst 3-4. 

Complete Language and Grammar, Miss Gregg 2-3-4. 

Reading, Miss Falkler 2. 

Elementary Elocution, Miss Falkler 4-5. 

First Engiisli Composition, Miss Siner 4. 



50 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Second English Composition, Miss Gregg -3: Miss Siner 1. 
First English Classics, Miss Oliver 4. 
Second English Classics, Miss Hearst 1. 
Orthography (a), Miss Oliver 1-3. 
Orthography (b), Miss Oliver 5. 

MATHEMATICS: 

College Courses 

Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 4. 

College Algebra I., Miss Lambert 5. 

College Algebra II., Mr. Condit 2. 

Plane Trigonometry, Mr. Daugherty 3. 

Surveying (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Daugherty G. 

History and Teaching of Mathematics, Mr. Condit 5. 

Integral Calculus, Mr. Condit 3. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

First half Arithmetic, Miss Lambert 2. 

Second half Arithmetic, Mr. Daugherty 5. 

Complete Arithmetic, Mr. Daugherty 2 ; Miss Allen 4 ; Mr 

Cory 3. 
First Algebra, Miss Allen 5. 
Second Algebra, Miss Lambert 3. 
Third Algebra, Miss Allen 1-3. 
First and Second Algebra, Miss Lambert 4. 
Beginning Geometry, Mr. Wright 1. 
Middle Geometry, Mr. Wright 5. 
Solid Geometrjr, Mr. Wright 2 

HISTOEY: 

College Courses 

English History, Miss Rice 2-5. 
Medieval History (Mod. Wed. Fri.), Miss Riggs 6. 
Eighteenth Century Eistory (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Miss Riggs 2. 
Nineteenth Century Eistory (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Miss Riggs 5. 
Method History (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Riggs 5. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College < iourses. 



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Normal Courses 

First half U. S. History, Miss Rice 4. 

Second half U. S. History, Miss Rice 3. 

Complete r. s. History, kiss Riggs 3; Mr. Morgan 2. 

Second General History, Mr. Peterson 1. 

GOVERNMENT: 

College Courses 

American Government, Mr. Meyerholz 2. 

Local Government and Problems, Mr. Meyerholz 4. 
Political Parties, Mr. Peterson 6. 
Constitutional Law, Mr. Meyerholz 5. 

Diploma . Courses 

Same as College Courses 

Normal Courses 

Iowa Civics, Mr. Peterson 2. 

U. S. Civics, Mr. Peterson 5. 

Iowa and U. S. Civics, Mr. Meyerholz 1. 

ECONOMICS: 

College Courses 

General Economics, Mr. Morgan 1 ; Mr. McKitrick 6. 

Social and Economic Problems (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Mc- 
Kitrick 7. 
. Sociology, (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. McKitrick 7. 

American Industrial History (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Mor- 
gan 3. 

Money and Banking (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. McKitrick 3. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses 

Normal Courses 

Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 4; Mr. Morgan 5. 

LATIN AND GREEK : 

College Courses 

Latin III. (The Odes of Horace), Mr. Merchant 1. 
Latin IN. (Roman Literature),- Mr. Merchant 2. 
Latin VI. (Latin Composition), Mr. Merchant '-'>. 



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Latin XII. (Historical Latin Grammar), Mr. Merchant 3. 

Latin XXL (Third Beginning Latin), Mr. Merchant 6. 

Latin XXIII. (Cicero's Orations), Miss Call 3. 

Latin XXII. (Cicero's Orations), Miss Call 4. 

Latin XXVI. (Ovid), Miss Call 5. 

Greek XV. (Third Elementary Greek), Mr. Merchant 3. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
First Caesar, Miss Call 2. 

GERMAN AND FRENCH : 

College Courses 

German I. (Die Jungfrau von Orleans), Miss Lorenz 5. 

German II. (German Prose Composition), Miss Lorenz 2. 

German V. (Ephigenie auf Tanris, and Die Braut von Mes- 
sina), Miss Lorenz 3. 

German XII. (Die Journalisten), Miss Lorenz 6. 

German VIII. (German Classics), Mr. Knoepfler 3. 

German XL (Immensee and Hoeher als die Kirche), Mr. 
Knoepfler 5. 

French III. Le Voyage de M. Perrichon and L'Abbe Con- 
stantin), Mr. Knoepfler 1. 

French VI. (Le Gendre de M. Poirier, and un Philosophe 
sons les Toits), Mr. Knoepfler 2. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

Kirst German Lessons, Miss Nolte 4. 
Second German Lessons, Miss Nolte 2. 
Third German, Miss Nolte 3. 
Fourth German, Miss Nolte G. 

PHYSICS AM) CHEMISTBY: 

College Courses 

Mechanics and Sound (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Begeman 2. 
Laboratory Work in Mechanics (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Begeman 
7 and 8. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Heat and Light (Tues. Thurs. Fri.), Mr. Begeman 4. 
Advanced Course in Electricity and Magnetism (Mon. Wed.), 

Mr. Begeman 3-4-5. 
Chemistry I., Mr. Bond 4. 
Quantitive Analysis — Volumetric, Mr. Bond 1. 
Chemistry III., Mr. Getchell 3. 

Diploma Courses 

Heat and Industrial Electricity (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. 

Perrine 5. 
Laboratory Work in Heat and Industrial Electricity (Tues. 

Thurs.), Mr. Perrine 5 and 6. 
Chemistry XL (Household), Mr. Getchell 7; Mr. Read 2-4. 
Chemistry XIII. (Food Analysis), Mr. Bond 5. 

Normal Courses 
First Physics, (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Perrine 3; Mr. Her- 

sey 1. 
First Physics (Tues. Thurs. Fri.), Mr. Hersey 2. 
First Physics Laboratory (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Perrine 7 and 8; 

Mr. Hersey 5 and 6. 
First Physics Laboratory (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Hersey 3 and 4. 
Second Physics (Tues. Thurs. Fri.), Mr. Perrine 4 
Second Physics (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Hersey 3. 
Second Physics Laboratory (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Perrine 7 

and 8; Mr. Hersey 5 and 6. 

NATURAL SCIENCE : 

College Courses 

Zoology III., Mr. Arey 1. 

Nature Study, Mr. Arey 3-5. 

Zoology Laboratory (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Arey 7 and 8. 

Physiology L, Mr. Newton 1-3-4. 

Astronomy, Mr Cable 4. 

Agriculture III., Mr. Davis 1. 

Agriculture III. Laboratory, Mr. Davis 7 and 8. 

Conservation of Natural Resources, Miss Aitchison 1. 

Botany III., Mr. Palmer 2-3. 

Botanv III. Laboratory, (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Palmer 7 and 8. 

Geology II., Mr. Cable 2 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 



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Formal Courses 

Elementary Zoology, Mr. Arey 4. 
Physiology, Mr. Newton2. 

Third Agriculture, Mr. Davis 2-3 ; 2-3-4. 

Agriculture Laboratory, (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Davis 7 and 8. 

First half Geography, Miss Aitchison 2. 

Second half Geography, Miss Aitchison 3. 

Complete Geography, Miss Aitchison 4. 

Elementary Botany, Mr. Palmer 1. 

Elementary Physiography, Mr. Cable 1-5. 

MANUAL TRAINING: 

College Courses 

Organization and Economics of Manual Training (Mon. Wed. 

Fri.), Mr. Bailey 1. 
Woodwork, Advanced, Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 
Woodwork IV. (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Brown 7 and 8. 
Mechanical Drawing IX and XII. (Tries. Thurs.), Mr. 

Bailey 7 and 8. 
Mechanical Drawing X. and XL (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. 

Bailey 3 and 4. 
Wood Turning, Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 
Sheet Metal Work, Mr. Bailey 2, 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

Primary Handwork, Mrs. McMahon 1-4. 
Handwork for Rural Schools, Mrs. McMahon 2-5. 
Woodwork for Rural Schools. Mr. Brown 6. 

ART: 

College Courses 

History of Painting, Miss Thornton 4. 
Design. .Miss Patt 1-5. 
Still Life, Miss Patl 3. 
Perspective, Miss Thornton 3. 
Water Color, Miss Thornton 1. 
Supervision in Art, Miss Thornton 2. 

Diploma COURSES 
Primary Drawing [I., Miss Schuneman 1-2-3. 



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Normal Courses 

First Drawing, Miss Pan 2; Miss Schuneman 5. 

HOME ECOXOMICS: 

College Courses 

Elementary Food Theory III. (Mon. Wed.), Miss Young 1 
and 2 : Miss Goff 1 and 2 ; 5 and (i ; Miss Stallman 3 and 
4; 5 and 6. 

Elementary Food Theory III., (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Goff 3 
and 4. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Household Management (Tues. Thurs. Fri.). Miss Young 

1-3-5. 
Third Sewing (Daily), 2, Miss Heinz. 
Third Sewing (Mon. Wed) 3 and 4, (Fri.) 3, Miss Heinz, 

Miss Freer. 
Third Sewing, (Mon. W 7 ed.), 1 and 2, (Fri.), 2, Miss Freer. 
Third Sewing (Mon. Wed.), 5 and 6, (Fri.), 5, Miss Heinz. 
Third Sewing (Tues. Thurs.) 3 and 4, (Fri.) 4, Miss Heinz, 

Miss Freer. 
Third Sewing (Tues. Thurs.), 5 and 6, (Fri.) 6, Miss Freer. 
Demonstrations (Mon. Wed.), Miss Young 7 and 8. 
Demonstrations (Tues. Thurs. Fri.), Miss Stallman 5 and 6; 

Miss Goff 5 and 6. 
Demonstrations (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Miss Stallman 7 and 8. 

Normal Courses 

First Sewing, Miss Hurd 1-2. 
Second Sewing, Miss Hurd 4-6. 

First Cooking and Household Management (Mon. Wed.), 
Mi-ss Hurd 3 and 4: 5 and 6. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC : 

College Courses 

Music II, Mr. Fullerton 3. 

History of Music I.. (Tues. Fri.), Miss Childs 1. 

Harmony L. (Mon. Wed. Tlmrs.), Miss Thomson 1. 



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Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courss and 

Methods (Lower grades), (Mon. Wed. Thurs.), 3. 

Appreciation of Music (Mon. Wed. Thurs.), Miss Thomson 5. 
Supervision, (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Fullerton and Miss Sten- 

wall 1. 
Conducting (Tues. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Fullerton 4. 

Normal Courses 

First term Music, Miss Stenwall 2-5. 
Second term Music, 1-4. 

COMMERCIAL: 

Diploma Courses 

iVccounting II., Mr. Cummins 1. 
Commercial Law, Mr. Coffey 4. 
Second Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 1. 
Third Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 3. 
Second Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 5. 
Third Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 2. 

Normal Courses 
Elementary Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 2. 
First Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 3-5-6. 
Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION : 

College Courses 

Playground Methods II., (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. Seymour 6. 
Theory of Athletics I., (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Seymour 6. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Physiology of Exercise, Mr. Seymour 3. 

Medical Gymnastics and Massage (Mon. Wed. Fri.), Mr. 

Seymour 4. 
Physical Department Administration (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. 

Seymour 4. 

Practical Work 

Firsi term Physical Training (Mon. Wed.), Miss Nisbet 6. 
Second term Physical Training (Mon. Wed.), Miss Wild 5. 



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Third term Physical Training (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Hussey 

3-6 : Miss \ isbel 5-7. 
Third term Physical Training (Mod. Wed.), Miss Hussey 5: 

Miss Wild I. 
Gymnastics, Miss Hussey 7. 
Tennis (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Berkstresser 5. 
Tennis (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Berkstresser 5. 
Swimming (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Wild t-5; Miss Nisbet 3. 
Swimming (Mon. Wed.), Miss Hussey 3; Miss Wild (5: Miss 

Nisbet 4-7. 
First Rhythm (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Wild 6. 
Second Rhythm (Mon. Wed.), Miss Wild 7. 
Folk Dancing (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Wild 7. 
Folk Dancing (Mon. Wed.), Miss Nisbet 3-5. 
Baseball (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Berkstresser 6. 
Baseball (Tues. Thurs.), Miss Nisbet 4-6: Mr. Berkstresser 6. 
Golf (Mon. Wed.), Mr. Seymour 5. 
Golf (Tues. Thurs.), Mr. Seymour 5. 
Corrective Work, Miss Hussey 4.. 
Athletics, etc., Miss Hussey 8. 
Track Team, Mr. Seymour 7 and 8. 
Baseball team, Mr. Berkstresser 7 and 8. 



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Vol. XVI. JULY 1915 No.2. 



BULLETIN 

OF THE 

IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

CEDAR FALLS, IOWA 



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COURSES OF STUDY 



• ATJD 

PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS 

\ S FOR SCHOOL YEAR 1915-1916 



UNIVERSITY OF IlL'WiS 

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PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 



I ssued Quarterly. Published by the Iowa State Teachers College. 

Entered as second-class mail matter August 31, 1912, 

at the post office at Cedar Falls, Iowa, under 

the Act of Congress, August 24, 1912. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 



SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR 1915-1916 



FALL TERM— TWELVE WEEKS 

1915 

Sept. 15 — Wednesday, Enrollment, without penalty, 8:00 A. M. to 
4:00 P. M. One dollar penalty for later dates. 

Sept. 16 — Thursday, Recitations begin 8:00 A. M., class periods as 
on program. Training Schools open 9:00 A. M. 

Oct. 27, 28, 29 — Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Examination for Uni- 
form County Certificates, beginning Wednesday, 8:00 A. 
M. Examination for State Certificates if arranged in 
advance. 

Dec. 7 — Tuesday, Recitations close at noon. 

Winter Term — Twelve Weeks. 

Dec. 8 — Wednesday, Enrollment, without penalty, 8:00 A. M. to 

4:00 P. M. One dollar penalty for later dates. 

Dec. 9 — Thursday, Recitations begin 8:00 A. M., class periods as 

on the program. 

Dec. 21 — Tuesday, Holiday Recess, beginning at noon and continu- 
ing two weeks. 

1916 

Jan. 5 — Wednesday, Recitations resumed, 8:00 A. M. 

Jan. 26,27, 28 — Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Examination for Uniform 

County Certificates, beginning Wednesday, 8:00 A. M. 

Examination for State Certificates if arranged in advance. 
March 14 — Tuesday, Recitations close at noon. 

Spring Term — Twelve Weeks. 

March 15 — Wednesday, Enrollment, without penalty, 8:00 A. M. to 
4:00 P. M. One dollar penalty for later dates. 

March 16 — Thursday, Recitations begin 8:00 A. M. Class periods 
as on the program. 

June 2 — Friday, Recitations close at noon. 

June 2 to 6 — Commencement Exercises. 

Summer Term — Twelve Weeks. 

June 7 — Wednesday, Enrollment, without penalty, 8:00 A. M. to 

4:00 P. M. 

June 8 — Thursday, Recitations begin 7:00 A. M., class periods as 

on the program. 

June 28, 29, 30 — Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Examination for 
Uniform County Certificates. Examination for State 
Certificates if arranged in advance. 

July 26, 27, 28 — Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Examination for Uni- 
form County Certificates. Examination for State Certi- 
ficates if arranged in advance. 

August 29 — Tuesday, Recitations close at noon. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 



Applicants for unconditional admission to the Degree or Diploma 
Courses must be at least sixteen years of age and must present 15 
units of satisfactory work from accredited high schools or the equiva- 
lent as hereafter printed in detail. 

I. The Degree Course (Bachelor of Arts in Education). 

1. English 3 units 

2. One Foreign Language 2 units 

3. History, Civics, Economics 1 unit 

4. Algebra iy 2 units 

5. Plane Geometry 1 unit 

6. Electives 6^ units 

Total 15 units 

II. The Diploma Courses (Two-Year Courses in Kindergarten, Pri- 

mary, Grade Teacher, Music, Manual Training, Home Eco- 
nomics, Drawing, Commercial and a three-year course in 
Physical Education). 

1. English 3 units 

2. Algebra thru quadratics 1 unit 

3. Plane Geometry 1 unit 

4. History, Civics, Economics 1 unit 

5. Electives 9 units 

Total 15 units 

III. Elementary Normal Courses — Three Years. 

A first Grade Uniform County Certificate or its equivalent. 

IV. The Rural Teachers Course — Two Years. 

Completion of the Eighth Grade work in Town or Rural School. 

Notes. — 1. Students from High Schools should file official statements 
showing the work completed in high school. 

2. Those who have had no high school work should file the 
County Certificate or an official statement from the City 
Superintendent or the County Superintendent showing the 
completion of the Eighth Grade work. 

3. Graduates of Four Year Courses in Non-Accredited high 
schools need to take entrance examinations in one-third 
of each group of high school subjects presented or they 
may validate the high school credits by taking work here 
in secondary subjects selected by the College Examiner. 
Those who have not completed a four year course in high 
school may make up the remaining units by taking sec- 
ondary work offerd in the Elementary Normal Courses and 
in the Rural Teachers Course. 

Electives. 

The constants and electives in the above requirements may be 
accepted from the following subjects (For full details see Bulletin 



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No. 1 of the Board on Secondary School Relations) : 

I. Foreign Language. 

1. Latin 2 to 4 units 

2. German 2 to 4 units 

3. Greek 2 to 4 units 

4. French 2 to 4 units 

5. Spanish 2 to 4 units 

II. English (Not to exceed 4 units). 

III. History, Civics, Economics (Not to exceed 4 units). 

1. Ancient History y 2 to 1 unit 

2. Medieval and Modern History % to 1 unit 

3. Civil Government % to 1 unit 

4. Economics % unit 

5. General History in place of 1 and 

2 above 1 unit 

6. U. S. History in 3rd or 4th year.... 1 /^ to 1 unit 

7. English History % to 1 unit 

IV. Mathematics (Not to exceed 4 units). 

1. Algebra 1 to \y 2 units 

2. Plane Geometry 1 unit 

■3. Solid Geometry y 2 unit 

4. Trigonometry y 2 unit 

5. Adv. Algebra in 4th year % unit 

6. Adv. Arithmetic (See below) y 2 unit 

V. Science, Commercial, and Industrial Subjects. 

A. (Not to exceed 4% units in this list.) 

1. Physics 1 unit 

2. Chemistry 1 unit 

3. Agriculture V 2 to 1 unit 

4. Physiography V 2 to 1 unit 

5. Botany y 2 to 1 unit 

6. Physiology » y 2 unit 

7. Zoology y 2 to 1 unit 

8. Geology y 2 unit 

9. Astronomy y 2 unit 

B. (Not to exceed 2 units in this list.) 

1. Bookkeeping y 2 to 1 unit 

2. Commercial Geography y 2 unit 

3. Commercial Law y 2 unit 

4. Industrial History % unit 

5. Adv. Arithmetic after Algebra.... y 2 unit 

C. (Not to exceed 2 units in this list.) 

1. Freehand and Mechanical Drawing .. % to 1 unit 

2. Manual Training, i. e., Shop Work.. 1 /^ to 2 units 

3. Domestic Science y 2 to 1 unit 

4. Stenography % to 1 unit 

Note: Credit is not given for English Grammar or U. S. History 
unless taken in the last half of the course, nor for Arithmetic unlesa 
taken after Algebra. 



THE COLLEGE DEGREE COURSES 



Details of the Requirements For The Degree Bachelor Of Arts 

In Education. 

The Plan of the Course. — This degree course requires credit for 180 
term hours distributed thru four years, each divided into three twelve 
week terms. A term hour consists of one hour a week for twelve 
weeks. A student's work for a term consists of 15 term hours. An 
additional hour a day is permitted in vocal music, instrumental music, 
drawing, elementary manual training, elementary domestic science, 
penmanship, or other art subject. 

The Major Study. — Each student in the course must select a major 
study not later than the beginning of the Junior year. A major con- 
sists of 30 term hours of work in the study chosen, but the student 
may elect up to 60 term hours in the major. When the major is 
selected, the head of the department becomes the adviser of said 
student during the pursuance of the course. The following are 
the major studies offerd: 



1. 


English. 


2. 


Public Speaking. 


3. 


Latin. 


4. 


German. 


5. 


French. 


6. 


Mathematics. 


7. 


Physics. 


8. 


Chemistry. 


9. 


Earth Science. 


10. 


Biological Science. 


11. 


History. 


12. 


Government. 


13. 


Economics. 


14. 


Education. 


15. 


Drawing. 


16. 


Manual Arts. 


17. 


Home Economics. 


18. 


Physical Education. 



The Minor Study. — After consulting the student, the adviser selects 
a minor study which must include not less than 15 term hours nor 
more than 30 term hours in the study selected. When the major and 
minor are chosen from the same group as hereafter outlined, not 
more than a total of 75 term hours can be taken in the two elections 
combined. 

Groups of Subjects Recognized. 

The following groups of subjects are recognized in arranging the 
work for an individual course of study leading to a degree. 

I. The Professional Group. 

II. The English Group. 

III. The Foreign Language Group. 

IV. The History, Government, and Economics Group. 
V. The Science and Mathematics Group. 



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VI. The Home Economics, Drawing, Physical Education or 
Manual Arts Group. 

VII. The Primary, Kindergarten, Public School Music, or Com- 
mercial Group. 

Regulations Governing Groups And The Arrangement Of Studies In 

The Course. 

When the Major study is determined by the student, the head of 
the department becomes the adviser and the entire course is pland. 
The adviser decides the minor study. The student decides the quan- 
tity taken in both major and minor studies beyond the minimum. The 
possible maximum varies with the amount of work offerd by the 
several departments. No combination of Major and Minor studies 
can exceed 75 term hours if both are selected from the same group. 

I. The Professional Group. 

1. The Major study — Education. 

Minimum 30 term hours 

Maximum 54 " " 

2. The Minor Study — Minimum 15 term hours 

Maximum 30 

3. Constant requirements. 

(1) English 15 term hours 

(2) Foreign Language 15 " " 

(3) History, Government, and Economics. . .15 " " 

(4) Science and Mathematics 20 

(5) Teaching 10 

4. Elective requirements. 

(1) Enough additional term hours to make at least a total 
of 180 term hours. 

(2) Outside of the Major study, the Minor study, and 
the Professional work, the total credit in any other 
Major study can not exceed 20 term hours. 

II. The English Group. 

1. The Major study — English or Public Speaking. 

Minimum 30 term hours 

Maximum, English 60 

Public Speaking 49 " " 

2. The Minor study — Minimum 15 " " 

Maximum 30 

3. Constant Requirements. 

(1) Professional 40 term hours 

(2) Foreign Language 15 " 

(3) History, Government, and Economics. .15 " " 

(4) Science and Mathematics 20 " " 

4. Elective Requirements. 

(1) Enough additional term hours to make at least a 
total of 180 term hours. 

(2) Outside of the Major study, the Minor study, and the 
Professional work, the total credit in any other major 
study can not exceed 20 term hours. 



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III. The Foreign Language Group. 

1. The Major study — Latin or German. 

Minimum 30 term hours (See catalog) 

Maximum, Latin 60 term hours 

German 45 " 

2. The Minor Study — Minimum 15 term hours 

Maximum 30 " " 

3. Constant Requirements. 

(1) Professional work 40 term hours 

(2) English 15 " 

(3) History, Government, and Economics. . .15 " " 

(4) Science and Mathematics 20 " 

4. Elective Requirements. 

(1) Enough additional term hours to make at least a 
total of 180 term hours. 

(2) Outside of the Major Study, the Minor study, and the 
Professional work, the total credit in any other major 
study can not exceed 20 term hours. 

IV. The History, Government, and Economics Group. 

1. The Major study — History or Government or Economics. 

Minimum 30 term hours 

Maximum, History 46 

Government 38 " " 

Economics 35 " " 

2. The Minor study — Minimum 15 term hours 

Maximum 30 

3. Constant Requirements. 

(1) Professional 40 term hours 

(2) English 15 " 

(3) Foreign Language 15 

(4) Mathematics and Science 20 

4. Elective Requirements. 

(1) Enough additional term hours to make at least a 
total of 180 term hours. 

(2) Outside of the Major study, the Minor study, and the 
Professional work, the total credit in any other major 
study can not exceed 20 term hours. 

V. Science and Mathematics Group. 

1. The Major — Physics or Chemistry or Earth Science or 
Biological Science or Mathematics. 

Minimum 30 term hours 

Maximum, Chemistry 40 " 

Physics 31 

Earth Science 45 " 

Biological Science 60 

Mathematics 45 " 

2. The Minor — Minimum 15 term hours 

Maximum 30 " 

3. Constant Requirements. 

(1 ) Professional 40 term hours 

(2) English 15 " 



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(3) Foreign Language 15 " 

(4) History, Government, and Economics. .15 " " 

4. Elective Requirements. 

(1) Enough additional term hours to make at least a total 
of 180 term hours. 

(2) Outside of the Major study, the Minor study, and the 
Professional work, the total credit in any other 
major study can not exceed 20 term hours. 

VI. The Home Economics, Drawing, Manual Artsy or Physical Edu- 
cation Group. 

1. The Major study — Home Economics, or Drawing, or Manual 
Arts, or Physical Education. 

Minimum 30 term hours 

Maximum, *Home Economics 20 

*Drawing 27^" 

Manual Arts 43 

Physical Education 45 

2. The Minor Study — Minimum 15 term hours 

Maximum 30 " " 

3. Constant Requirements. 

(1) Professional 40 term hours 

(2) English 15 " 

(3) Foreign Language 15 " " 

(4) History, Government, and Economics. .15 " 

(5) Science and Mathematics 30 " " 

4. Elective Requirements. 

(1) Enough additional term hours to make at least a total 
of 180 term hours. 

(2) Outside of the Major study, the Minor study, the 
required Science work, and the Professional work, the 
total credit in any other Major study can not exceed 
20 term hours. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR B. A. DEGREE AFTER COMPLETING THE 
TWO YEAR COURSES REPRESENTED IN GROUP VI. 
1. Home Economics. 

1st and 2nd years Junior and Senior. 

Home Economics. 20 term hours **Professional ....15 term hours 

Professional 30 " ***English 10 

English 5 " ***Foreign Lan- 

Science 30 " " guage 15 

Elective 5 " " ***History, Etc 15 

***Chemistry 10 

Total 90 " " Electives 25 

Total 90 " 



*These are combined with Education in making the Major. 

**This includes 5 term hours of Teaching for which substitution may 
be made at the discretion of the Department. 

***If part of this work is taken as Elective on the Diploma Course, 
the student may substitute other Electives in the Junior and Senior 
years. 



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Art. 



1st and 2nd years 

Art 27V 2 term hours 

Manual Training 

or Music 2y 2 

Professional 30 

English 5 

History 5 

Electives 20 



Junior and Senior. 

**Professional ... .15 term hours 

***English 10 " 

***Science & Math. 30 
***Foreign Lan- 
guage 15 " 

***History, Etc 10 

Elective 10 



Total 



,90 



Total 90 



3. Manual Arts. 

1st and 2nd years 

Manual Arts 32 1 / £ term hours 

Art 5 

Professional 30 

English 5 

Special Elect 5 

Electives 12% 



Total 



90 



4. Physical Education. 
1st, 2nd, and 3rd years 



Physical Educa- 
cation 45 

Professional .... 35 

English 15 

Schience & 
Math 25 

Electives 15 



term hours 



Junior and Senior. 

♦♦Professional ....15 term hours 

***English 10 

***Foreign Lan- 
guage 15 

***Science & Math. 30 " 

♦♦♦History, Etc 15 

Electives 5 " 



Total 



90 



Senior Year 

♦♦Professional 15 term hours 

***Foreign Lan- 
guage 15 

♦♦♦Science & Math. 5 " 
***History, Etc 15 " 

Total **** 50 « 



Total 135 



VII. The Primary Teacher, Kindergarten Teacher, Public School 
Music Teacher, or Commercial Teacher Group. 

1. The Major Study — Primary School work, or Kindergarten, 
or Public School Music, or Commercial. 

Minimum 30 term hours 

Maximum, ♦Primary & Drawing 15 " „ " 

♦Kindergarten & Drawing 20 

Public School Music 42 

♦Commercial 20 " 

*See previous page. 
**See previous page. 
***See previous page. 

****At loast 5 term hours of this should be taken as Elective on the 
Diploma Course so as to leave only 45 term hours for the Senior Year. 



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2. The Minor study — Minimum 15 term hours 

Maximum 30 " " 

3. Constant Requirements. 

(1) Professional 40 term hours 

(2) English 15 

(3) Foreign Language 15 

(4) Science and Math 20 

(5) History, Government, and Economics. .15 " " 

4. Elective Requirements. 

(1) Enough additional term hours to make at least a total 
of 180 term hours. 

(2) Outside of the Major Study, the Minor study, and the 
Professional work, the total credit in any other Major 
study can not exceed 20 term hours. 

Requirements For The B. A. Degree After Completing The Two Year 
Courses Represented In Group VII. 



1. Primary Teacher. 

1st and 2nd years 

Primary & Drawing 15 term hours 

Professional 35 " " 

English 10 " 

Science & Math 8 

Electives 22 



Total 



90 



Junior and Senior 

Professional 10 term hours 

***English 5 " " 

***Foreign Lan- 
guage 15 " 

***Science & Math. 12 " 

***History, Govt, 

& Econ 15 " 

Elective 33 



Total 



00 



2. Kindergarten Teacher. 
1st and 2nd years 

Kindergarten & 

Drawing 20 term hour; 

Professional 35 

English 10 " 

Science & Math. ... 5 
Elective 20 



Total 



90 



Junior and Senior 

Professional 10 

***English 5 

***Foreign Lan- 
guage 15 

***Science & Math. 15 

***History, Govt., 

& Econ 15 

Elective 30 



**See previous page. 
***See previous page. 



Total 90 



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3. Public School Music Teacher. 

1st and 2nd years Junior and Senior 

Public School Music 40 term hours **Professional 15 term hours 

Professional 30 " ***English 10 

English 5 " ***Foreign Lan- 

Elective 15 " guage 15 

***Science & Math. 20 " 

Total 90 " " ***History, Govt, 

and Economics. 15 " . " 
Elective 15 

Total 90 " 

4. Commercial Teacher. 

1st and 2nd years Junior and Senior 

Commercial 20 term hours **Professional 15 term hours 

Professional 30 " " ***English 10 

English 5 " ***Foreign Lan- 

Science & Math 10 " " guage 15 

History, Govt, & ***Science & Math. 10 " 

Economics 10 " ***History, Govt, 

Electives 15 " " and Economics. 5 " " 



Total 90 



Electives 35 

Total 90 



Outline Of The Degree Course By Years Showing the Location Of 

Constants. 

Freshman Year — 45 term hours. 

Rhetoric 5 term hours 

Foreign Language 15 " " 

Electives 25 

Literary Society Work. 
Physical Training. 

Note. — With the consent of the Adviser and the Registrar, foreign 
language may be delayed until the Sophomore year. The Electives 
must be chosen from Freshman studies. 

Sophomore Year — 45 term hours. 

Education I, II, and III 15 term hours 

English IX, and II, III, or VIII 10 

Electives 20 

Literary Society Work. 
Physical Training. 

Junior Year — 45 term hours. 

Education IV, V, and VI 15 term hours 

Electives 30 



previous page. 
***See previous i>;ik<\ 



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Senior Year — 45 term hours. 

Teaching 10 term hours 

Electives 35 " 

The Master of Didactics Degree Course For College Graduates. 

I. Professional Course — 45 term hours. 

This course includes a full year's work in Education and Teaching 
and is pland to suit individual needs by the Head of the Department 
of Education, who becomes the student's adviser. With the facilities 
here for a study of the rural and city school systems this year's work 
is very rich in development and training. 

II. Professional Course with Electives — 45 term hours. 

1. Education, 15 term hours. 

2. Teaching, 10 term hours. 

3. Elective with the approval of the adviser, 20 term hours. 

III. Professional Course as Special Teachers — 45 term hours. 

This course is pland by the Head of the Department of Education to 
give training to college graduates who wish to prepare in the line of 
experts in rural education, in normal training in high schools, in 
public school music, in physical education, in manual training, in home 
economics, in drawing, in commercial, in kindergarten, or in primary 
teaching. 

The Critic Teachers Course. 

This course is pland for the special development, education, and 
training of critic teachers for normal training high schools and for 
work as teachers in the training department of state normal schools. 
The following conditions govern the admission, study, and graduation 
from this course. 

I. The Entrance Requirements. — The applicant must have completed 
a diploma course of this college, or its equivalent. 

II. Required work for the Critic Teachers Certificate. — 

1. Time — Two years. 

2. Satisfactory completion of 15 term hours of critic training 
credit (college credit on this course only) and 30 term 
hours of other college work approved by the Director of 
the Training School. 

3. During these two years, critics in training are allowd to 
carry 5 term hours each term in addition to the critic 
training work. 

III. Required Work for the Degree Bachelor of Arts in Education. — 

1. Enough credit to make a total of 180 term hours distributed 
in accordance with the requirements of the B. A. Course 
outlined on previous pages, except that the major shall 
consist of Teaching — 15 term hours, and Critic Training — 
15 term hours. 

NOTE. — Students taking this course are selected by the 
department for work as Critics in Training. 



THE DIPLOMA COURSES 



The Plan Presented. — These courses represent the latest conception 
of organization to meet the needs of special training for different 
fields of public school work and yet place regard upon collegiate 
scholarship as an essential to efficient preparation. Graduates of these 
courses are admitted to the Junior class in the Degree Course without 
conditions, provided they have complied with all the entrance condi- 
tions demanded in that course. 

Conditions of Admission. — Admission to diploma courses requires 
15 units, as follows: 3 units of English, 1 unit of Algebra (thru 
quadratics), 1 unit of Plane Geometry, 1 unit from the History, Govern- 
ment, and Economics group, and 9 units Elective, selected from those 
outlined for admission to the Degree Course. 

Honors Conferd. — Appropriate diplomas granted by the Faculty are 
conferd for completing the courses outlined. These diplomas will 
show the special qualifications of the graduates and will commend 
them as traind teachers. The Educational Board of Examiners agrees 
to grant second grade state certificates to all graduates who com- 
plete one of these courses and who show credit for 10 term hours 
in Psychology, 5 term hours in School Management, 5 term hours in 
History of Education, and 10 term hours in Teaching as required at 
the Teachers College. These state certificates authorize the possessor 
to teach in any school in Iowa and give the teacher's specialization. 
For persons who may graduate from any of these diploma courses 
without having met all these requirements in Psychology, Education, 
and Teaching, a third grade state certificate will be granted, the 
second grade state certificate being obtainable whenever the defi- 
ciencies occurring have been removed. 

THE GENERAL TEACHERS COURSE. 

This course is organized to give two years of instruction and train- 
ing to high school graduates who desire to become principals, super- 
visors, or grade teachers. It is in conformity with the requirements 
for the second grade state certificate. 

First Year. — 45 term hours. 

Education I, II, and III 15 term hours 

Rhetoric 5 " " 

Electives 25 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 

Second Year — 45 term hours. 

Education IV 5 term hours 

Teaching 10 

Electives 30 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 



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Note 1: The electives above indicated must be of College grade and 
must include Botany, Physiography or Geology, Advanced Physiology 
or Sanitation, Physics, American History, American Government, and 
Economics unless the corresponding subjects were presented and ac- 
cepted for entrance. 

Note 2: An additional requirement of 3 term credits must be met 
by election under the adviser from Penmanship, Vocal Music, Drawing, 
Orthography, Arithmetic, or English Grammar, unless these subjects 
were taken in the secondary school. 

PRIMARY TEACHERS COURSE. 
First Year — 43 term hours. 

Primary Methods (12 hours of recitation) 6 term hours 

Education I, II, and III 15 

Rhetoric 5 

English Elective 5 

Nature Study 5 

Primary Theory and Observation (4 a week) ' 2 

Drawing (2 terms — 5 a week) 5 

Manual Arts (1 term — 5 a week) 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 

Second Year — 47 term hours. 

Education IV 5 term hours 

Hygiene and Sanitation (b) 3 " 

Criticism and Practice 15 " " 

Kindergarten Theory and Observation (4 a week) 2 " " 

Electives 22 

Vocal Music (2 terms-5 a week) 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 

KINDERGARTNERS COURSE. 
First Year — 47|/ 2 term hours. 

Kindergarten Theory (1 year-5 a week) iy 2 term hours 

Education I, II, and III 15 

Rhetoric and Elective in English ,10 

Drawing (2 terms — 5 a week) 5 

Nature Study 5 

Elective ". . 5 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 

Second Year — 42|/2 term hours. 

Kindergarten Theory (1 term— 5 a week and 1 term — 6 

a week) 5 y 2 term hours 

Kindergarten Practice (1 year — 5 a week) 15 " " 

Education IV 5 



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Primary Theory (1 term — 4 a week) 2 

Electives 15 

Vocal Music (2 terms — 5 a week) 

Literary Society. 
Physical Training. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHERS COURSE. 
First .Year — 45 term hours. 

Education I, II, and III 15 term hours 

Rhetoric - 5 

Harmony I 3 

History of Music 1 2 

Music I (5 a week) 2 V 2 

Music II (5 a week) 2% 

Sight Singing (Lower grades — 3 a week) 2% 

Sight Singing (Upper grades — 3 a week) 2% 

Conducting (3 a week) 2% 

Methods (Lower grades — 3 a week) 2y 2 

Elective 5 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 

Second Year — 45 term hours. 

Education IV 5 term hours 

Harmony II 2 " " 

History of Music II 3 

Teaching 10 

Methods (Upper grades — 3 a week) 2y 2 " " 

High School Music and Child Voice (3 a week) 2y 2 

Appreciation of Music (3 a week) 2y 2 

Theory of Music (3 a week) 2y 2 

Harmony III 3 

Supervision (3 a week) 2 

Eleotives 10 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 

ART TEACHERS COURSE. 
First Year — 45 term hours. 

Education I, II, III 15 term hours 

Rhetoric 5 

History Elective 5 

Cast Drawing I and II 5 

Design 2y 2 

History of Architecture 5 

History of Painting 5 

Elective 2y 2 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 



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Second Year — 45 term hours. 

Education IV 5 term hours 

Teaching 10 

Still Life 2y 2 

Perspective 2V 2 

Art Supervision 2y 2 

Water-Color 2V 2 

Manual Training or Music 2% 

Elective 17 V 2 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 



MANUAL ARTS TEACHERS COURSE. 

First Year — 44 term hours. 

Education I, II, III 15 term hours 

Rhetoric 5 

Mechanical Drawing I, II, III 8 

Woodwork I, II, III 7 

Freehand Drawing (5 a week) 2y z 

Design (5 a week) 2% 

Illustrative Teaching iy 2 

Elementary Handwork (5 a week) 

Special Elective 2% 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 

Second Year — 46 term hours. 

Education IV 5 term hours 

Manual Training I and II 8 

Woodwork IV 5 

Sheet Metal Work 2% 

Woodturning 2 

Teaching 8% 

Special Elective 2V 2 

Elective 12y 2 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 



HOME ECONOMICS TEACHERS COURSE. 

First Year — 44 term hours. 

Chemistry IX, X, and XI 15 term hours 

Rhetoric *. 5 

Education I and II 10 

Elementary Food Theory (3 terms) 6 

Food Principles (2 terms) 6 

Household Management (1 term — 2 a week) 1 

Household Methods (1 term) 1 

Sewing (3 terms) 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 



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Second Year — 46 term hours. 

Education III and IV 10 term hours 

Teaching 10 

Chemistry XII 5 

Hygiene and Sanitation (a) 5 

Physiology I 5 

Dietetics (2 a week) 1 

Advanced Cooking (2 a week) 1 

Serving (2 a week) 1 

Household Architecture 2 

Demonstrations 1 

Elective 5 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS COURSE. 
First Year — 45 term hours. 

Anatomy I and II 10 term hours 

Physiology I 5 

Education I, II, and III 15 " 

Rhetoric 5 

Public Speaking I or Elocution 1 5 

English Literature 5 

Literary Society. 

Double work in Physical Training. 



Second Year — 45 term hours. 

Theory of Physical Education 5 term hours 

Hygiene and Sanitation (a) 5 

Chemistry I, II, and III 15 

Education IV 5 

Playground Methods I and II - 6 

First Aid to the Injured 2 

Theory of Athletics 1 2 

Genetic Psychology 5 

Literary Society. 

Double work in Physical Training. 



Third Year — 45 term hours. 

Anthropometry 3 term hours 

Physical Diagnosis 2 

Theory of Athletics II 2 

Physiology of Exercise 5 

Medical Gymnastics and Massage 3 

Physical Department Administration 2 

Teaching 10 

History of Physical Education 3 

Electives 15 

Physical Training and Officiating. 



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COMMERCIAL TEACHERS COURSE. 

First Year — 45 term hours. 

Education I, II, 111 15 term hours 

Rhetoric 5 

Mathematical Elective 5 

Commercial Correspondence 5 

Commercial Law 5 

Accounting I and II 10 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 

Second Year — 45 term hours. 

American Government 5 term hours 

Education IV 5 

General Economics 5 

Commercial Geography 5 

Teaching 10 

Electives 15 

Shorthand and Typewriting (three terms) 

Literary Society. 

Physical Training. 

NORMAL DIPLOMA COURSES 



THE RURAL TEACHERS COURSE. 

1. Admission is made on the basis of the rural school diploma. 

2. The recognition for graduation is the rural teacher diploma 
and the state certificate for five years. 

3. The branches included in the course are as follows: 

I. Second Grade Uniform County Certificate Subjects: 

Reading English Language and Grammar 

Geography Physiology 

Arithmetic Vocal Music 

U. S. History Penmanship 

Orthography 

Note: Each subject represented here is given credit on the course 
when the student has received 85 per cent on the Uniform County 
Certificate. When 75 per cent has been received, one term's work is 
required in each subject. When less than 75 per cent has been re- 
ceived two term's work is required in geography, arithmetic, language 
and grammar, and United States history. 

II. First Grade Uniform County Certificate Subjects: 

Elementary Civics Algebra 

Elementary Economics Physics 

Note: When 85 per cent has been obtaind in the Uniform County 
Examination that subject is given credit on this course. When taken 
in class one term's work is required in civics and economics and 
two term's work in algebra and physics. 



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III. Additional Subjects Required for the Diploma: 

(1) Didactics, one term. 

(2) General Primary Methods, one term. 

(3) The Country School, one term. 

(4) Observation and Teaching, one term. 

(5) *Domestic Science, two terms. 

(6) Agriculture, two terms. 

(7) Handwork, one term. 

(8) Woodwork, one term. 

(9) Elementary Psychology, one term. 
(10) Drawing, one term. 

Notes: The observation and Teaching here outlined consists of dem- 
onstration teaching in the training department and in work done in 
the demonstration rural schools maintaind by the Teachers College. 
This term's work will be provided during each term of the college 
year so that the graduating class may be divided into suitable sections. 

The subjects of study represented by this course are all on the pro- 
gram of recitations each term of the year so that a student can 
come any term and get credit work. 

Uniform county certificate examinations are given at the institution 
on the same dates as are required by law at the county superintendents' 
offices. 

THE GENERAL NORMAL COURSE FOR GRADE TEACHERS. 

Admission. — First Grade Uniform County Certificate. 

Recognition. — The Normal Diploma and Second Grade State 
Certificate. 

Value of Credits. — Each subject, except physical training and liter- 
ary society work, printed in this table requires five recitations a week 
of one hour each. 

First Year. 

Algebra, 2nd and 3rd two terms 

General History two terms 

First English Classics one term 

♦♦Bookkeeping one term 

♦^Elementary Elocution one term 

First English Composition one term 

Physiography one term 

Vocal Music one term 

Drawing two terms 

Physical Training three terms 

Second Year. 

Second English Classics one term 

Physics two terms 

Plane Geometry two terms 



♦Additional work in Manual Arts and Agriculture may be substituted 
for this. 
♦♦Latin or German electives may be substituted. 



IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 21 

Elementary Botany one term 

♦Manual Arts or Elementary Agriculture two terms 

Second English Composition one term 

♦Solid Geometry one term 

Psychology two terms 

Physical Training three terms 

Literary Society Work three terms 

Third Year. 

School Management one term 

College Algebra I or Trigonometry one term 

History of Education one term 

Rhetoric one term 

General Economics one term 

American Government one term 

American History one term 

Teaching two terms 

Special Electives three terms 

Literary Society Work three terms 

Notes: Students who have completed the vocational work, the 
algebra, or physics required in the Rural Teachers Course will be 
granted credit in proportion to the work accomplished, thus abridging 
the above requirements. 

The special electives of the third year are intended for Manual Arts, 
Home Economics, Commercial studies, or Elementary Agriculture, as 
the student may elect. 



THE VOCATIONAL NORMAL COURSE. 

For rural and consolidated school teachers. 

Admission. — First Grade Uniform County Certificate. 

Recognition. — The Normal Diploma and Second Grade State 
Certificate. 

Value of Credits. — Each subject, except physical training and literary 
society work, printed in this table requires five recitations a week of 
one hour each. 

First Year. 

Algebra, 2nd and 3rd two terms 

General History two terms 

First English Classics one term 

Bookkeeping one term 

Physiography one term 

First English Composition one term 

Elementary Elocution one term 

Vocal Music one term 

Domestic Science two terms 

Physical Training three terms 



♦Latin or German electives may be substituted. 



22 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Second Year. 

Plane Geometry two terms 

Physics two terms 

Elementary Agriculture two terms 

Second English Classics one term 

Elementary Botany one term 

Psychology two terms 

Drawing two terms 

Physical Training three terms 

Literary Society Work three terms 

Third Year. 

Second English Composition one term 

School Management one term 

American History one term 

General Economics one term 

History of Education one term 

American Government one term 

Rhetoric one term 

Teaching two terms 

Manual Arts two terms 

Special Elective one term 

Literary Society Work three terms 

Note: This course is arranged for the giving of special qualifications 
of a superior kind in modern standards. These courses will be taught 
so as to give the teacher in training practical efficiency in educating 
the boys and girls of the farms of the state. The practice in teaching 
will be broad in its scope and notably efficient in its extent. 

Special Students. 

Preparation for the examination given by the State Educational 
Board of Examiners for special teacher certificates. 

Teachers of twenty-one years of age and those who may be holders 
of a first grade uniform county certificate are admitted to such classes 
in special courses in primary, kindergarten, public school music, man- 
ual training, home economics, drawing, or commercial studies as will 
probably prepare them for the examinations that are required by the 
state for the obtaining of such recognition. Credits earnd in this 
way do not count on a course toward graduation. Such persons 
should make all arrangements with the Registrar before appearing 
for work in order to have their studies properly adjusted. 



SPECIAL COURSE IN VOICE, PIANO, 

ORGAN AND ORCHESTRAL 

INSTRUMENTS 



Conditions of Admission. — Students are admitted to these special 
music courses on liberal terms as to preparatory training and are 
encouraged to begin early enough to develop the skill and capability 
for professional artistic success that are so notably demanded in 
teachers of these kinds. 

To become a candidate for graduation, the student must have 
attaind to the scholastic qualification required of secondary schools 
for full college entrance. These scholastic conditions may be ac- 
quired in any good secondary school or may be accomplished in the 
normal courses at the College. 

Conditions of Graduation. — A special Music Diploma will be awarded 
to such persons as complete satisfactorily any one of the courses here 
outlined, it being understood that skill and capability as musicians 
are also qualities to be attaind. On account of these conditions the 
exact time required to complete any one of these courses can not 
be stated in school years. The candidate must have sufficient pro 
ficiency in the special line chosen to secure the recommendation of 
the professors in charge of the work in order to apply for graduation. 
The courses as here mapped out, outside of the attainment in capa- 
bility as a musician, can be satisfactorily completed in two years. 

VOICE, PIANO AND ORGAN COURSES. 

Piano — Professor: John Ross Frampton 

Instructors: Elizabeth Platner 
Grace C. Thomson 

Voice — Professors: Anna Gertrude Childs 
Lowell E. M. Welles 
Harriet Case 

Organ — Professor: John Ross Frampton 

These courses are pland to train students for capability as perform- 
ers and for becoming special teachers. 

The requirements for graduation are as follows: 

1. Two lessons a week for at least two years in the major course, 
all this work to be done if possible under the instructor recommending 
for graduation. 

2. Satisfactory public performance of a recital in the major study, 
the program to be of moderate difficulty. 

3. Two years of a "minor" course in music (Piano, organ, voice or 
any of the instruments taught in the orchestral department). It is 
understood that two lessons a week in the minor for one year shall 
not be the equivalent of two years' study. 



24 IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

4. Harmony equivalent to the texts of Chadwick or Bussler. 

5. Two terms of Music History. 

6. One five hour course of general culture each term, except the 
Senior year. This course to be selected by the personal adviser of 
the student, and to be of college grade in case the student has no 
entrance deficiencies. 

7. Literary Society work is recommended but not required. 

8. A certificate of Musical Proficiency will be granted to those who 
complete the piano, voice, or organ work alone. 

VIOLIN AND OTHER ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Professor: B. Winfred Merrill 

Assistants: Alma Cutler 

Frank Lynn McCreary 

This course is pland to train a student for capability as a performer 
and for becoming a special teacher. 

The requirements for graduation are as follows: 

1. Violin instruction sufficient to enable the pupil to render a pro- 
gram the equivalent of a Beethoven Sonata, the Mendelssohn Concerto 
and similar works, to the satisfaction of the head of the department. 

2. Two years of piano (one lesson a week). 

3. Two years of harmony — the equivalent of Chadwick or Bussler. 

4. Two years of ear training and dictation in relation to the 
harmony. 

5. Orchestra and Ensemble during the course. 

6. Two terms of Music History. 

The diploma of the College will be given when the student has 
satisfactorily completed this course, together with the requirements for 
college entrance. A certificate of Musical Proficiency will be granted to 
those who complete the violin work alone. 

All students shall take at least one scholastic branch each term 
they are enrolled unless they are excused by the head of the 
department. 

The courses for all other orchestral instruments including Oboe, 
Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, Cornet, French Horn, Trombone, Tuba, Cello, 
Double Bass, and Harp are identical with the violin course. It is 
possible, however, to finish the courses of some of these instruments 
in less time than that of the violin. 



PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS 



EXPLANATORY NOTE 

The program of recitations is for Fall, Winter and Spring terms, 
1915-191(1. Changes may be made and program extended, if the 
number enrolled makes this necessary. 

The arabic numerals following the teachers' names indicate pe- 
riods in which the subjects are given, i. e., 3-4 shows two sections (one 
reciting the third period and the other the fourth period) ; while 3 and 
4 means one section extending over the third and fourth periods. 

The periods are as follows: 

First 8 : 00 to 9 : 00 

Second 9:00 to 10:00 

Chapel 10:00 to 10:20 

Third 10:25 to 11:25 

Fourth 11:25 to 12 : 25 

Fifth 1 : 30 to 2:30 

Sixth 2 : 30 to 3 : 30 

Seventh 3:30 to 4:30 

Eighth 4:30 to 5:30 

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EDUCATION: 

College Courses 

Psychology I., Mr. Sampson 1-4-5. 

Psychology II., Mr. Sampson 2. 

School Management, Mr. Colegrove, 2-3; Mr. Buffum 3-5. 

History of Education, Mr. Walters 2-4-5. 

Philosophy of Education, Mr. Walters 1. 

School Administration, Mr. Colegrove 1. 

Experimental Psychology, Mr. Mount 5. 

Diploma Courses # 

Same as College Courses and 

Psychology I., Mr. Mount 1-2; Miss Buck 3-4-5-6; Mr. Buffum 6. 

Psychology II., Mr. Mount 3. 

Primary Methods I. (2y 2 hrs.), Miss McGovern 1-2-3-5. 

RURAL EDUCATION: 

Normal Courses 

Didactics, Mr. Campbell 1. 
Elementary Psychology, Mr. Campbell 3. 
General Methods, Mr. Hart 1. 
Observation and Teaching, Mr. Hart, 2. 
The Country School, Mr. Campbell 4. 

TEACHING: 

College Courses 

Illustrative Teaching (iy 2 hrs), Mr. Stone, Miss Fesenbeck, Miss 

Hughes, Miss Luse, Miss Correll, Miss Cresswell, 4-5-6. 
Practice Teaching as arranged. 
Conference Teaching (y 2 hr.) as arranged. 



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Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses and 

Kindergarten Theory I. (2V 2 hrs.), Miss Brown 3. 
Criticism (Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs.), Miss Scofield 6. 

Normal Courses 
Rural Demonstration Teaching, Mr. Stone and training school 
critics 2. 

ENGLISH: 

College Courses 

College Rhetoric, Mr. Lynch 1; Mr. Gist 2-5; Miss Carpenter 4; 
Miss Lambert 4; Mr. Barnes 1-3; Mr. Fagan 2-3-6; Miss Siner 6. 
Theme Writing and Story Telling, Miss Carpenter 3. 
Argumentation I. (3 hrs.), Mr. Barnes 6. 
Argumentation II. (3 hrs.), Mr. Barnes 6. 
English Literature, Mr. Lynch 4. 
Shakespeare, Mr. Gist 3. 
Literary Criticism, Miss Carpenter 1. 
The History of the English Drama I., Miss Lambert 1. 
Milton (3 hrs.), Mr. Lynch 3. 

Recent American Literature (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Lambert 3. 
Elocution I., Miss Martin 1-4; Miss Falkler 2; Miss Shanewise 3. 
Elocution II., Miss Martin 2; Miss Shanewise 4. 
Repertoire II., Miss Martin 3. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

First Half Language and Grammar, Miss Hutchison 2-3-4. 

Second Half Language and Grammar, Miss Hutchison 6. 

Complete Language and Grammar, Miss Gregg 2-3-4. 

Reading, Miss Falkler, 3-6. 

Elementary Elocution, Miss Falkler 4. 

First Term English Composition, .Miss Siner 2-4. 

First Term English Classics, Miss Oliver 5. 

Second Term English Classics, Miss Gregg 5. 

Orthography (a), Miss Oliver 1-2. 

MATHEMATICS: 

College Courses 
Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 4. 
College Algebra I., Mr. Condit 5-6. 
Plane Trigonometry, Mr. Daugherty 5. 
Analytical Geometry, Mr. Condit 3. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
First, Half Arithmetic, Miss Lambert 3-4; Mr. Daugherty 1. 
Second Hall' Arithmetic, Miss Allen 6. 
Complete Arithmetic, Mr. Condit 2; Mr. Daugherty 4. 



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First Term Algebra, Miss Allen 1-2. 

Second Term Algebra, Miss Allen 5. 

Third Term Algebra, Miss Lambert 2-5. 

First and Second Term Algebra. Mr. Daugherty 3. 

Beginning Geometry, Mr. Wright 2. 

Middle Geometry, Mr. Wright 1. 



HISTORY: 



College Courses 



Greek History, Miss Rice 4. 

Renaissance and Reformation, Miss Riggs 3. 

American History I., Miss Riggs 5. 

Method History I. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Riggs 6. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

First Half United States History, Miss Rice 1-2. 
Second Half United States History, Miss Rice 5. 
Complete United States History, Miss Riggs 4; Mr. Mitchell 2. 

GOVERNMENT: 

College Courses 

American Government, Mr. Meyerholz 2; Mr. Peterson 4. 
English Government (3 hrs.) (M.W. F.), Mr. Peterson 6. 
Municipal Government (3 hrs.).(M. W. F.), Mr. Meyerholz 3. 
American Constitutional History I., Mr. Meyerholz 6. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
Elementary Civics of Iowa, Mr. Peterson 3. 
Elementary Civics of the United States, Mr. Peterson 2. 
Review of Iowa and U. S. Civics (non-credit), Mr. Meyerholz 1. 



ECONOMICS: 

College Courses 
General Economics, Mr. McKitrick 6; Mr. Mitchell 1. 
Social and Economic Problems I. (3 hrs.), Mr. McKitrick 1. 
Sociology (2 hrs.), Mr. McKitrick 1. 
American Industrial History I. (3 hrs.), Mr. Mitchell 7. 
English Industrial History (2 hrs.), Mr. Mitchell 7. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 2; Mr. Mitchell 4. 



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LATIN: 

College Courses 

Latin I. (Livy and Latin Composition), Mr. Merchant 1. 
Latin IV. (Latin Composition) (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Merchant 3. 
Latin VII. (Roman Literature) (3 hrs.) (M. W. P.), Mr. Merchant 2. 
Latin X. (Historical Latin Grammar) (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. 

Merchant 4. 
Greek I. (3 hrs.) (M. W. P.), Mr. Merchant 3. 
Greek IV. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Merchant 2. 
Vergil I. (Vergil's Aeneid), Miss Call 5. 
College Ele. Latin I., Mr. Merchant 6. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
First Term Latin Lessons, Miss Call 2. 
First Term Caesar and Latin Composition, Miss Call 4. 
Second Term Caesar and Latin Composition, Miss Call 3. 

GERMAN AND FRENCH: 

College Courses 
German I. (Die Jungfrau von Orleans), Miss Lorenz 5. 
German II. (Emilia Galotti and Lyrics and Ballads), Miss Lorenz 2. 
German III. (Nathan der Weise), Miss Lorenz 1. 
German VI. (Der dreissigjaehrige Krieg), Mr. Knoepfler 3. 
German IX. (German Lessons), Mr. Knoepfler 5. 
German XII. (Die Journalisten), Miss Lorenz 6. 
French I. (French Lessons), Mr. Knoepfler 1. 

French IV. (L'historie d'un jeune Homme pauvre and Colomba), 
Mr. Knoepfler 2. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

First Term German, Miss Nolte 6. 
Second Term German, Miss Nolte 2. 
Third Term German, Miss Nolte 3. 
Fourth Term German, Miss Nolte 4. 

PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY: 

College Courses 

Physics I. (Mechanics and Sound) (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Bege- 
man 2. 

Physics II. (Laboratory Physics in Mechanics) (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), 
Mr. Begeman 7 and 8. 

Physics VII. (Advanced Mechanics) (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Bege- 
man 6 and 7. 

DiPLOMi Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Physics XI. (Sound) (3 his. or 5 hrs.), Mr. Begeman 4. 

Physics XIV. (Physics or Common Things) (3 hrs.), Mr. Begeman 5. 



F \I.L TERM 29 

Norma i, Courses 
First Term Physics, Mr. Hersey 1-2; Mr. Read 3-4. 
First Term Physics Laboratory, Mr. Read 7 and 8. 
Second Term Physics, Mr. Hersey 3. 
Second Term Physics Laboratory, Mr. Hersey 5 and 6. 

CHEMISTRY: 

College Courses 

Chemistry I. (General Inorganic Chemistry), Mr. Getchell 3. 

Chemistry II. (General Inorganic Chemistry), Mr. Getchell 6. 

Quantitative Analysis, Mr. Getchell 5. 

Chemistry IX. (Inorganic), Mr. Getchell 7; Mr. Bond 4; Mr. Read 1. 

Chemistry XII. (Chemistry of Food and Nutrition), Mr. Bona 5. 

Chemistry XIII. (Food Analysis), Mr. Bond 1. 

Chemistry Laboratory as arranged (under each division). 

NATURAL SCIENCE: 

College Courses 

Zoology I. Mr. Arey 1-3. 

Zoology I. Laboratory (M. W. or Tu. Th.), Mr. Arey 7 and 8. 

Physiology I., Mr. Newton 1. 

Hygiene and Sanitation (a), Mr. Newton 3. 

Hygiene and Sanitation (b) (3 hrs.), Mr. Newton 4-5. 

Physiography I., Mr. Cable 2. 

Mineralogy I., Mr. Cable 4. 

Agriculture I., Mr. Oldenburg 1. 

Commercial and Economic Geography of North America, Miss 

Aitchison 6. 
Botany I., Mr. Palmer 3. 
Botany Laboratory, Mr. Palmer 3 and 4. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

Elementary Zoology, Mr. Arey 5. 
Elementary Physiology, Mr. Newton 2. 

First Elementary Agriculture, Mr. Oidenburg 2-5; Mr 3-4. 

Agriculture Laboratory, Mr. Oldenburg 6 and 7; Mr 7 and 8. 

First Half Geography, Miss Aitchison 1. 
Second Half Geography, Miss Aitchison 2. 
Complete Geography, Miss Aitchison 3. 
Elementary Botany, Mr. Palmer 1-2. 
Elementary Physiography, Mr. Cable 1-5. 

MANUAL ARTS: 

College Courses 
Manual Training Methods I., Mr. Bailey 2. 
Woodwork I. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Brown 7 and 8. 
Mechanical Drawing I. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Bailey 7 and 8. 
Mechanical Drawing IV. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Bailey 7 and 8. 
Mechanical Drawing II. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Bailey 3 and 4. 
Mechanical Drawing III. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Bailey 3 and 4. 
Wood Turning (2 hrs.), Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 
Advanced Woodwork, Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 



30 FALL TERM 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
Primary Handwork, Miss Dandliker 1-2. 
Handwork for Rural Schools, Miss Schuneman 3-4. 
Woodwork for Rural Schools, Mr. Brown 5-6. 
Elementary Woodwork, Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 
Elementary Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 7 and 8. 

ART: 

College Courses 

Cast Drawing I. (2y 2 hrs.), Miss Patt 5. 
Still-life (2% hrs.), Miss Thornton 2. 
Perspective (2y 2 hrs.), Miss Thornton 1. 
Water-Color (2% hrs.), Miss Thornton 4. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Kindergarten Drawing I. (2y 2 hrs.), Miss Patt 2. 

Primary Drawing I. (2% hrs.), Miss Patt 3-4. 

Normal Courses 
Drawing for Rural Schools, Miss Schuneman 1-2. 

HOME ECONOMICS: 

College Courses 
Elementary Food Theory I. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Young 1 and 

2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6. 
Principles of the Selection and Preparation of Foods I. (3 hrs.) 

(M. W. F.), Miss Young 3-4-5. 
Advanced Cookery (1 hr.) (Wed.), Miss Young 1 and 2; 7 and 8; 
(Thurs.) Miss Roberts 3 and 4. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Dietetics (1 hr.) (Mon.), Miss Young 1 and 2; 7 and 8; (Tues.) 

Miss Roberts 3 and 4. 
First Term Sewing (Sub-collegiate) 

Sections A and B (M. W. F. 1 and M. W. 2), Miss Roberts 
and Miss Freer. 

Section C (M. W. F. 3 and M. W. 4), Miss Roberts. 

Section D (Tu. Th. 3 and Tu. Th. F. 4), Miss Freer. 

Sections E and F (M. W. 5 and M. W. F. 6), Miss Roberts 
and Miss Freer. 

Normal Courses 
First Domestic Science: 

Section A (Daily 1 and Tu. Th. 2), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 
Section B (Daily 3 and M. W. 4), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 
Section C (Daily 5 and Tu. Th. 6), Miss Osborne and Miss 
Hurd. 



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Second Domestic Science: 

Section A (Daily 2 and M. W. 1), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 
Section B (Daily 3 and Tu. Th. 4), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 

COMMERCIAL EDUCATION: 

Diploma Courses 

Commercial Correspondence, Mr. Coffey 5. 
First Term Shorthand (Sub-collegiate), Mr. Coffey 3. 
Second Term Shorthand (Sub-collegiate), Mr. Coffey 2. 
Typewriting (Sub-collegiate), Mr. Coffey 4. 

Normal Courses 
Elementary Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 2. 
First Term Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 3. 
Second Term Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 2. 
Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 4. 

First Term Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 1-3-5-6. 
Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 

MUSIC: 

College Courses 
Music I. (2V 2 hrs.), Miss Barr 1. 
Music II. (2V 2 hrs.), Mr. Fullerton 3. 
History of Music I. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Childs 2. 
History of Music II. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Childs 6. 
Harmony I. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Thomson 2. 
Harmony II. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Thomson 6. 
Harmony III. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Thomson 4. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Methods (Upper Grades) (2% hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Hooper 4. 

High School Music and Child Voice (2y 2 hrs.), Mr. Fullerton 1. 

Diploma Courses 
First Term Music, Mr. Fullerton 2-4; Miss Barr 4; Miss Hooper 

1; Miss Thomson 5. 
Second Term Music, Miss Barr 3. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: 

College Courses 

Anatomy I., Mr. Seymour 3. 

Theory of Physical Education, Mr. Seymour 4; Miss Hussey 4. 

Theory of Athletics I. (2 hrs.) (M. W.), Mr. Seymour 5. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Anthropometry (3 hrs.), Mr. Seymour 2. 

Physical Diagnosis (2 hrs.), Mr. Seymour 2; Miss Hussey 2. 

Practical Work 
First Physical Training (Primary), Miss Wild 4-5. 
First Physical Training (M. W.), Miss Hussey 5; Miss Nisbet 6; 
Miss Grantham 3. 



32 FALL TERM 

First Physical Training (Tu. Th.), Miss Nisbit 4-7. 

Second Physical Training (Tu. Th.), Miss Wild 6. 

Third Physical Training (Tu. Th.), Miss Nisbet 8. 

Third Physical Training (M. W.), Miss Grantham 6. 

Gymnastics, Miss Hussey 7. 

Tennis (Tu. Th.), Miss Nisbet 3; Mr. Berkstresser 5; Miss Wild 7. 

Tennis (M. W.), Mr. Berkstresser 3-4-5; Miss Nisbet 5. 

Swimming (Tu. Th.), Mr. Berkstresser 4; Miss Wild 8; Miss 
Nisbet 6; Miss Grantham 3-7. 

Swimming (M. W.), Miss Wild 6; Miss Nisbet 3; Miss Gran- 
tham 4-5. 

Tennis, Mr. Seymour 6. 

Esthetic Dancing (Tu. Th.), Miss Hussey 6. 

Folk Dancing (Tu. Th.), Miss Nisbet 5. 

Folk Dancing (M. W.), Miss Grantham 7-8. 

Athletics (M. W.), Miss Hussey 8. 

First Rhythm (M. W.), Miss Wild 7. 

Hockey (M. W.), Miss Nisbet 7. 

Baseball (Tu. Th.), Miss Grantham 6. 

Advanced Gymnastics (M. W.), Mr. Seymour 8. 

Plays and Games (Tu. Th.), Mr. Seymour 5; Mr. Berkstresser 3. 

Elementary Football, Mr. Berkstresser 6. 

Football, Mr. Berkstresser 7 and 8. 

Corrective Work, Miss Hussey 8; Miss Grantham 5. 

WINTER TERM 
EDUCATION: 

College Courses 

Psychology I., Mr. Samson 4. 

Psychology II., Mr. Samson 1-2-5. 

School Management, Mr. Colegrove 3; Mr. Buffum 3. 

History of Education, Mr. Walters 1-2; Mr. Buffum 6. 

Philosophy of Education, Mr. Walters 4. 

Logic (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Walters 6. 

Experimental Psychology, Mr. Mount 7. 

Genetic Psychology, Mr. Mount 1. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Psychology I., Miss Buck 3-4-5. 

Psychology II., Mr. Colegrove 1-2; Mr. Mount 3-4; Miss Buck 6; 

Mr. Buffum 1-2. 
Primary Methods I. (2y 2 hrs.), Miss McGovern 5. 
Primary II. (2% hrs.), Miss McGovern 1-2-3. 

RURAL EDUCATION: 

College Courses 
Rural School Problems, Mr. Hart 3. 

Normal Courses 
Didactics, Mr. Campbell 1 



Elementary Psychology, Mr. Campbell 3. 
Genera] Methods, Mr. Hart 1. 
Observation and Teaching, Mr. Hart 2. 
The Country School, Mr. Campbell 4. 



WINTER TERM 33 

TEACHING: 

College Courses 

Illustrative Teaching (iy 2 hrs.), Mr. Stone, Miss Fesenbeck, Miss 

Hughes, Miss Luse, Miss Correll, Miss Cresswell 5. 
Practice Teaching as arranged. 
Conference Teaching (% hr.) as arranged. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Kindergarten Theory II. (2^2 hrs.), Miss Brown 2. 
Kindergarten Theory IV. (2% hrs.), Miss Brown 4. 
Criticism (M. T. W. Th.), Miss Scofield 6. 

Normal Courses 

Rural Demonstration Teaching, Mr. Stone and Training School 
Critics 2. 

ENGLISH: 

College Courses 
College Rhetoric, Mr. Fagan 2-3-5; Miss Siner 3. 
Advanced Exposition, Mr. Lynch 2. 
Public Speaking I., Mr. Barnes 3. 
Public Speaking II. (3 hrs.), Mr. Barnes 5. 
Argumentation I. (3 hrs.), Mr. Barnes 2. 
Argumentation II. (3 hrs.), Mr. Barnes 2. 

English Literature, Mr. Gist 3; Miss Carpenter 1-3; Miss Lam- 
bert 2-4. 
Anglo-Saxon (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Gist 5. 

History of the English Language (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Gist 5. 
The History of the English Drama II., Miss Lambert 1. 
Tennyson (3 hrs.), Mr. Gist 2. 
American Literature, Mr. Lynch 3. 
The English Romantic Movement, Miss Carpenter 4. 
Elocution I., Miss Martin 2; Miss Falkler 3; Miss Shanewise 4. 
Elocution II., Miss Martin 1; Miss Shanewise 3. 
Applied Drama, Miss Martin 4. 
Repertoire I., Miss Martin 3. 
The Teaching of English, Mr. Lynch 7. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

First Half Language and Grammar, Miss Hutchison 1-4-5. 
Second Half Language and Grammar, Miss Gregg 5. 
Complete Language and Grammar, Miss Gregg 3-4. 
Reading, Miss Falkler 4-5. 
Elementary Elocution, Miss Falkler 2. 
First Half English Composition, Miss Siner 1. 
Second Half English Composition, Miss Siner 5. 
First Term English Classics, Miss Oliver 4. 
Second Term English Classics, Miss Gregg 2. 
Orthography (a), Miss Oliver 1-2. 



34 WINTER TERM 

MATHEMATICS: 

College Courses 
Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 1. 
College Algebra I., Miss Lambert 3-6. 
Plane Trigonometry, Mr. Condit 2. 
Differential Calculus, Mr. Condit 3. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
First Half Arithmetic, Mr. Daugherty 2-4. 

Second Half Arithmetic, Miss Lambert 2-5; Mr. Daugherty 6. 
Complete Arithmetic, Mr. Condit 5-6. 
First Term Algebra, Miss Allen 4. 
Second Term Algebra, Miss Allen 1-2. 
Third Term Algebra, Miss Allen 5. 
First and Second Term Algebra, Mr. Daugherty 1. 
Beginning Geometry, Mr. Wright 4. 
Middle Geometry, Mr. Wright 3. 

HISTORY: 

College Courses 
Roman History, Miss Rice 3. 
American History I., Miss Riggs 2. 

18th Century History I. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Riggs 5. 
19th Century History I. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Riggs 4. 
American History II. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Riggs 5. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
First Half United States History, Miss Rice 4. 
Second Half United States History, Miss Rice 5. 
Complete United States History, Miss Riggs 3; Mr. Mitchell 1. 
First Term General History, Miss Rice 2. 

GOVERNMENT: 

College Courses 

American Government, Mr. Meyerholz 2; Mr. Peterson 3. 
Modern European Governments (3 hrs.), Mr. Meyerholz 5. 
American Constitutional History II., Mr. Meyerholz 6. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
Klomentary Civics of Iowa, Mr. Peterson 5. 
Elementary Civics of the United States, Mr. Peterson 4. 
Review of Iowa and U. S. Civics (non-credit), Mr. Meyerholz 3; 
Mr. Peterson 1. 



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ECONOMICS: 

College Courses 

General Economics, Mr. McKitrick 6; Mr. Mitchell 2. 
Social and Economic Problems II. (3 hrs.), Mr. McKitrick 1. 
Sociology (2 hrs.), Mr. McKitrick 1. 
American Industrial History II. (3 hrs.), Mr. Mitchell 7. 
Public Finance I. (2 hrs.), Mr. McKitrick 7. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 2; Mr. Mitchell 4. 

LATIN: 

College Courses 
Latin II. (Livy and the Epodes of Horace), Mr. Merchant 1. 
Latin V. (Latin Composition) (2 hrs.), Mr. Merchant 3. 
Latin VIII. (Roman Literature) (3 hrs.), Mr. Merchant 2. 
Latin XL (Historical Latin Grammar) (2 hrs.), Mr. Merchant 4. 
Greek II. (3 hrs.), Mr. Merchant 3. 
Greek V. (2 hrs.), Mr. Merchant 2. 
College Ele. Latin II., Mr. Merchant 6. 
Cicero I., Miss Call 3. 
Vergil II., Miss Call 5. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
Second Term Latin Lessons, Miss Call 2. 
Second Term Caesar and Latin Composition, Miss Call 4. 

GERMAN AND FRENCH: 

College Courses 

German I. (Die Jungfrau von Orleans), Miss Lorenz 5. 

German II. (Emilia Galotti and Lyrics and Ballads), Miss Lor- 
enz 2. 

German IV. (German Prose Composition), Miss Lorenz 3. 

German VII. (Modern German Prose, or Scientific German), Mr. 
Knoepfler 3. 

German X (German Lessons), Mr. Knoepfler 5. 

German XII (Die Journalisten), Miss Lorenz 6. 

French II. (French Lessons), Mr. Knoepfler 1. 

French V. (Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme and La Mare au Diable), 
Mr. Knoepfler 2. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

First Term German, Miss Nolte 4. 
Second Term German, Miss Nolte 6. 
Third Term German, Miss Nolte 3. 
Fourth Term German, Miss Nolte 2. 



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PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY: 

College Courses 

Physics I. (Mechanics and Sound) (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Bege- 

man 2. 
Physics II. (Laboratory Physics in Mechanics) (2 hrs.), Mr. Bege- 

man 7 and 8. 
Physics V. (Electricity and Magnetism) (3 hrs.) (Tu. Th. F.) 

Mr. Begeman 4. 
Physics VI. (Laboratory Physics in Electricity and Magnetism) 

(2 hrs.) (M. W.), Mr. Begeman 5 and 6. 
Physics VIII. (Advanced Course in Light) (3 hrs.), Mr. Begeman 

5 and 6. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
First Term Physics, Mr. Hersey 3; Mr. Read 1-2. 
First Term Laboratory Physics, Mr. Hersey 7 and 8; Mr. Read 5 

and 6. 
Second Term Physics, Mr. Hersey 4-5; Mr. Read 3. 
Second Term Laboratory Physics, Mr. Hersey 7 and 8. 

CHEMISTRY: 

College Courses 

Chemistry II. (General Inorganic Chemistry), Mr. Getchell 3. 
Chemistry III. (Chemistry of Metals and Qualitative Analysis), 

Mr. Getchell 6. 
Quantitative Analysis, Mr. Getchell 7 and 8. 
Chemistry X., Mr. Bond 4-7; Mr. Getchell 1. 
Chemistry XIII. (Food Analysis), Mr. Bond 5. 
Chemistry XIV. (Textiles) (3 hrs. or 2 hrs.), Mr. Bond 6. 
Chemical Laboratory as arranged (under each division). 

NATURAL SCIENCE: 

College Courses 
Zoology II., Mr. Arey 1. 

Hygiene and Sanitation (a), Mr. Newton 2-4-5. 
Influence of Geography upon American History, Mr. Cable 4. 
Geology I., Mr. Cable 2. 
Agriculture II., Mr. Oldenburg 1. 

Commercial Geography of Europe, Miss Aitchison 5. 
Botany II., Mr. Palmer 3. 

Botany II. Laboratory (Tu. Th.), Mr. Palmer 4. 
Botany IV. (3 hrs.) (Tu. W. Th.), Mr. Palmer 5-6. 

Bacteriology (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr 6 and 7. 

Zoology II. Laboratory (M. W.), Mr. Arey 7 and 8. 
Agriculture Laboratory as arranged. 

Diploma Coukskk 
Same as College Courses. 

Norm al Courses 
Elementary Physiology, Mr. Newton 3. 
First Elementary Agriculture, Mr 2-3-5. 



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Second Elementary Agriculture, Mr. Oldenburg 2-3. 
First Half Geography. Miss Aitchison 1. 
Second Half Geography, Miss Aitchison 2. 
Complete Geography, Miss Aitchison 3. 
Elementary Botany, Mr. Palmer 2. 
Elementary Physiography, Mr. Cable 1-3. 
Agriculture Laboratory as arranged. 

MANUAL ARTS: 

College Courses 
Manual Training Methods II (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), M. Bailey 4. 
Woodwork I. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 
Advanced Woodwork, Mr. Brown 5 and 6. 

Mechanical Drawing I. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Bailey 3 and 4. 
Mechanical Drawing IV. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Bailey 3 and 4. 
Mechanical Drawing II. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Bailey 5 and 6. 
Mechanical Drawing III. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Bailey 5 and 6. 
Wood Turning (2 hrs.), Mr. Brown 5 and 6. 
Sheet Metal Work I. (2y 2 hrs.), Mr. Bailey 2. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 

Primary Handwork, Miss Dandliker 1. 
Elementary Handwork, Miss Dandliker 2. 
Handwork for Rural Schools, Miss Schuneman 2-3. 
Woodwork for Rural School, Mr. Brown 1-7. 
Elementary Woodwork, Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 
Elementary Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 3. 

ART: 

College Courses 

History of Architecture and Sculpture, Miss Thornton 5. 

Cast Drawing II. (2y 2 hrs.), Miss Patt 5. 
Still-life (2V 2 hrs.), Miss Thornton 4. 

Perspective (2y 2 hrs.), Miss Thornton 6. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Kindergarten Drawing II. (2 1 /2 hrs.), Miss Thornton 3. 
Primary Drawing I. (2y 2 hrs.), Miss Patt 1-2-3. 
Primary Drawing II. (2V 2 hrs.), Miss Schuneman 1. 

Normal Courses 
Drawing for Rural Schools, Miss Schuneman 4. 

HOME ECONOMICS: 

College Courses 

Elementary Food Theory II. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Young 1 and 

2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6. 
Principles of the Selection and Preparation of Foods II. (3' hrs.) 

(M. W. F.), Miss Young 3-4-5. 



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Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Household Architecture (2 hrs.) (M. W.), Miss Young 3. 

Dietetics (1 hr.) (Tues.), Miss Roberts 3 and 4. 

Serving (1 hr.), Miss Young 7 and 8. 

Second Term Sewing (Sub-collegiate): 

Sections A and B (M. W. F. 1 and M. W. 2), Miss Roberts 
and Miss Freer. 

Section C (M. W. F. 3 and M. W. 4), Miss Roberts. 

Section D (Tu. Th. 3 and Tu. Th. F. 4), Miss Freer. 

Sections E and F (M. W. 5 and M. W. F. 6), Miss Roberts 
and Miss Freer. 

Normal Courses 

First Domestic Science: 

Section A (Daily 1 and Tu. Th. 2), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 
Section B (Daily 3 and M. W. 4), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 
Section C (Daily 5 and Tu. Th. 6), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 
Second Domestic Science: 

Section A (Daily 2 and M. W. 1), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 
Section B (Daily 4 and Tu. Th. 3), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 

COMMERCIAL EDUCATION: 

Diploma Courses 

Accounting I., Mr. Cummins 1. 

First Term Shorthand (Sub-collegiate), Mr. Coffey 2. 
Second Term Shorthand (Sub-collegiate), Mr. Coffey 1. 
Third Term Shorthand (Sub-collegiate), Mr. Coffey 3. 
Typewriting (Sub-collegiate), Mr. Coffey 4. 

Normal Courses 

Elementary Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 2. 

First Term Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 2. 

Second Term Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 1. 

Third Term Shorthand (Sub-collegiate), Mr. Coffey 3. 

Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 4. 

First Term Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 3-5-6. 

Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 

MUSIC: 

College Courses 

Music I. (2V 2 hrs.), Mr. Fullerton 2. 
History of Music I. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Childs 4. 
History of Music II. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.) ( Miss Childs 3. 
.Marrnony I. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Thomson 4. 
Harmony III. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Thomson 6. 



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1 Mi'i o\i v COI BS1 S 

Sam.' as College Courses and 

Sight Singing— Upper Grades (2% hrs.), Mr. Fullerton 8. 
Sight Singing— Lower Grades (2% hrs.), Miss Hooper 2. 
Theory of .Music (2% hrs.), Miss Thomson 1. 

Normal Courses 
First Term Music, Mr. Fullerton 1-4; Miss Barr 4; Miss Hooper 5. 
Second Term Music, Miss Barr 3-6. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: 

College Courses 
Anatomy II., Mr. Seymour 3. 

Playground Methods I. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Seymour 5. 
History of Physical Training (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Seymour 4. 
First Aid to the Injured (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Seymour 4. 

Practical Work 

First Physical Training (M. W.), Miss Nisbet 6. 

Second Physical Training (M. W.), Miss Hussey 4-5; Miss Gran- 
tham 3. 

Second Physical Training (Tu. Th.), Miss Hussey 5-6; Miss Gran- 
tham 4-7. 

Third Physical Training (M. W.), Miss Wild 4. 

Third Physical Training (Tu. Th.), Miss Wild 4-6; Miss Nisbet 5. 

Department Gymnastics (M. W. F.), Miss Hussey 7. 

Advanced Gymnastics (Fri.), Mr. Seymour 6. 

First Gymnastics (M. W.), Mr. Berkstresser 4-6. 

Esthetic Dancing (Tu. Th.), Miss Hussey 7. 

Athletics (Tu. Th.), Hiss Hussey 8. 

Basketball (M. W.), Miss Wild 3. 

Basketball (Tu. Th.), Miss Nisbet 6-7. 

Basketball League, Mr. Berkstresser 7. 

Basketball Team, Mr. Berkstresser 8. 

Folk Dancing (M. W.), Miss Wild 5; Miss Grantham 7. 

Folk Dancing (Tu. Th.), Miss Nisbet 4; Miss Grantham 3-5. 

Advanced Folk Dancing (M. W.), Miss Nisbet 8. 

First Rhythm (Tu. Th.), Miss Wild 5. 

First Rhythm (M. W.), Miss Grantham 6. 

Plays (M. W.), Miss Wild 7. 

Games (Tu. Th.), Miss Wild 8. 

Indoor Games (M. W.), Miss Nisbet 4-5. 

Swimming (M. W.), Mr. Berkstresser 5. 

Swimming (Tu. Th.), Mr. Berkstresser 4. 

Second Gymnastics (Tu. Th.), Mr. Berkstresser 6. 

Plays and Games (Tu. Th.), Mr. Seymour 5. 

Gymnastic Team, Mr. Seymour 8. 

Corrective Work (M. W.), Miss Nisbet 3-7. 

Corrective Work (Tu. Th.), Miss Grantham 6-8. 

Dancing, Miss Grantham 5. 

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EDUCATION: 

College Courses 
Psychology I., Mr. Samson 5. 
Psychology II., Mr. Samson 2-3 



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School Management, Mr. Colegrove 1-2-3; Mr. Buffum 3-5-6. 

History of Education, Mr. Walters 1-2. 

Philosophy of Education, Mr. Walters 4. 

Ethics (2 hrs.), Mr. Samson 6. 

Experimental Psychology, Mr. Mount 5. 

Genetic Psychology, Mr. Mount 4. 

Educational Classics, Mr. Walters 5 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses and 
Psychology I., Miss Buck 1-2. 
Psychology II., Mr. Mount 1-2; Miss Buck 3-5. 
Primary Methods I. (2y 2 hrs.), Miss McGovern 4. 
Primary Methods II. {2V 2 hrs.), Miss McGovern 3. 
Primary Methods III. (1 hr.) (M. W. or Tu. Th.), Miss McGov- 
ern 1-2. 

RURAL EDUCATION: 

Normal Courses 
Didactics, Mr. Campbell 1. 
Elementary Psychology, Mr. Campbell 3. 
General Methods, Mr. Hart 1. 
Observation and Teaching, Mr. Hart 2. 
The County School, Mr. Campbell 4. 

TEACHING: 

College Courses 
Illustrative Teaching (iy 2 hrs.), Mr. Stone, Miss Fesenbeck, Miss 

Hughes, Miss Luse, Miss Correll, Miss Cresswell 5-6. 
Practice Teaching as arranged. 
Conference Teaching (y 2 hr.) as arranged. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses and 

Kindergarten Theory and Observation (2 hrs.), Miss Brown 3. 
Kindergarten Theory III. (2y 2 hrs.), Miss Brown 2. 
Kindergarten Theory V. (3 hrs.), Miss Brown 4. 
Primary Theory and Observation (2 hrs.), Miss Scofield 2-5. 
Criticism, Miss Scofield 6. 

Normal Courses 

Rural Demonstration Teaching, Mr. Stone and Training School 
Critics 2. 

ENGLISH: 

College Courses 

College Rhetoric, Mr. Fagan 2-3-6. 

Public Speaking I., Mr. Barnes 1. 

Public Speaking II., (3 hrs.), Mr. Barnes 5. 

Argumentation I. (3 hrs.), Mr. Barnes 2. 

The Oration, Mr. Barnes 3. 

English Literature, Mr. Gist 1; Miss Carpenter 1; Miss Lambert 

4; Miss Siner 2. 
Middle English, Mr. Gist 4. 
Shakespeare, Mr. Gist 3. 



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English Literature of the Nineteenth Century, Miss Lambert 1. 

American Literature, Miss Carpenter 3. 

Recent American Literature (3 hrs.), Miss Lambert 2. 

The Development of the English Novel, Miss Carpenter 4. 

Elocution I., Miss Falkler 2-3; Miss Shanewise 2. 

Elocution II., Miss Shanewise 3-4. 

Repertoire I., Miss Martin 1. 

Principles of Expression, Miss Martin 2. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
First Half Language and Grammar, Miss Hutchison 2-4. 
Second Half Language and Grammar, Miss Hutchison 3-5. 
Complete Language and Grammar, Miss Gregg 2-3-5. 
Reading, Miss Falkler 5. 
Elementary Elocution, Miss Falkler 4. 
First Half English Composition, Miss Siner 1. 
Second Half English Composition, Miss Siner 4. 
First Term English Classics, Miss Oliver 4. 
Second Term English Classics, Miss Gregg 4. 
Orthography (a), Miss Oliver 1-3. 
Orthography (b) (Tu. Th.), Miss Oliver 5. 

MATHEMATICS: 

College Courses 
Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 4. 
College Algebra I., Miss Lambert 5. 
Plane Trigonometry, Mr. Daugherty 3. 
College Algebra II., Mr. Condit 2. 
Spherical Trigonometry (2 hrs.), Mr. Daugherty 6. 
Surveying (3 hrs.), Mr. Daugherty 6. 
History and Teaching of Mathematics, Mr. Condit 5. 
Integral Calculus, Mr. Condit 3. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
First Half Arithmetic, Miss Lambert 2. 
Second Half Arithmetic, Mr. Daugherty 4. 

Complete Arithmetic, Mr. Condit 1; Miss Allen 4; Mr. Daugherty 2. 
First Term Algebra, Miss Lambert 3. 
Second Term Algebra, Miss Allen 3-6. 
First and Second Term Algebra, Miss Lambert 1. 
Third Term Algebra, Miss Allen 1. 
Beginning Geometry, Mr. Wright 6. 
Middle Geometry, Mr. Wright 5. 
Solid Geometry, Mr. Wright 2. 

HISTORY: 

College Courses 
English History, Miss Rice 4. 
Renaissance and Reformation, Miss Riggs 1. 
19th Century History II. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Riggs 5. 
Method History II. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Riggs 5. 
18th Century History II. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Riggs 2. 



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Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
First Half United States History, Miss Rice 1-2. 
Complete United States History, Miss Rice 3; Mr. Mitchell 2. 
Second Term General History, Miss Riggs 3. 

GOVERNMENT: 

College Courses 
American Government, Mr. Meyerholz 1; Mr. Peterson 4. 
Local Government and Problems (3 hrs.), Mr. Meyerholz 5. 
Political Parties (3 hrs.), Mr. Peterson 5. 
Constitutional Law, Mr. Meyerholz 3. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
Elementary Civics of Iowa, Mr. Peterson 2. 
Elementary Civics of the United States, Mr. Peterson 6. 
Review of Iowa and U. S. Civics (non-credit), Mr. Meyerholz 2. 

ECONOMICS: 

College Courses 
General Economics, Mr. McKitrick 6; Mr. Mitchell 1. 
Social and Economic Problems III. (3 hrs.), Mr. McKitrick 1. 
Sociology (2 hrs.), Mr. McKitrick 1. 

American Industrial History III. (3 hrs.), Mr. Mitchell 7. 
Public Finance II. (2 hrs.), Mr. McKitrick 7. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
Elementary Economics, Mr. McKitrick 2; Mr. Mitchell 4. 

LATIN: 

College Courses 
Latin III. (The Odes of Horace), Mr. Merchant 1. 
Latin VI. (Latin Composition) (2 hrs.), Mr. Merchant 3. 
Latin IX. (Roman Literature) (3 hrs.), Mr. Merchant 2. 
Latin XII. (Historical Latin Grammar) (2 hrs.), Mr. Merchant 4. 
Greek III. (3 hrs.), Mr. Merchant 3. 
Greek VI. (2 hrs.), Mr. Merchant 2. 
College Ele. Latin III., Mr. Merchant 6. 
Cicero I., Miss Call 3. 
Cicero II., Miss Call 4. 
Ovid, Miss Call 5. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Coursks 
First Term Caesar and Latin Composition, Miss Call 2. 



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GERMAN AND FRENCH: 

College Courses 

German I. (Die Jungfrau von Orleans), Miss Lorenz 5. 

German II. (Emilia Galotti and Lyrics and Ballads), Miss Lorenz 2. 

German V. (Iphigenie anf Tauris and Die Braut von Messina), 
Miss Lorenz 3. 

German VIII. (German Classics, or History of German Language 
and Literature), Mr. Knoepfler 3. 

German XI. (Immensee and Hoeher als die Kirche), Mr. Knoep- 
fler 5. 

German XII. (Die Journalisten), Miss Lorenz 6. 

French III. (Le Voyage de M. Perrichon and L'Abbe Constantin), 
Mr. Knoepfler 1. 

French VI. (Le Gendre de M. Poirier and Un Philosophe sous lea 
Toits) Mr. Knoepfler 2. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
First Term German, Miss Nolte 4. 
Second Term German, Miss Nolte 2. 
Third Term German, Miss Nolte 6. 
Fourth Term German, Miss Nolte 3. 

PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY. 

College Courses 

Physics I. (Mechanics and Sound) (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Bege- 
man 2. 

Physics II. (Laboratory Physics in Mechanics) (M. W.) (2 hrs.), 
Mr. Begeman 7 and 8. 

Physics III. (Heat and Light ) (3 hrs.) (Tu. Th. F.), Mr. Bege- 
man 4. 

Physics IV. (Laboratory Physics in Heat and Light) (2 hrs.) (M. 
W.), Mr. Begeman 5 and 6. 

Physics IX. (Advanced Course in Electricity and Magnetism), Mr. 
Begeman 3 and 4. 

Normal Courses 
First Term Physics, Mr. Hersey 1; Mr. Read 3. 
First Term Laboratory Physics, Mr. Hersey 7 and 8; Mr. Read 

5 and 6. 
Second Term Physics, Mr. Hersey 3-4. 
Second Term Laboratory Physics, Mr. Hersey 5 and 6. 

CHEMISTRY: 

College Courses 
Chemistry I. (General Inorganic Chemistry), Mr. Getchell 2. 
Chemistry III. (Chemistry of Metals and Qualitative Analysis), 

Mr. Getchell 3. 
Chemistry IV. (Organic Chemistry), Mr. Bond 5. 
Quantitative Analysis, Mr. Getchell 5 and 6. 
Chemistry VI. (Water Analysis), Mr. Bond 1. 
Chemistry XI. (Household Chemistry), Mr. Bond 4-6; Mr. Getchell 

7; Mr. Read 1. 
Chemistry Laboratory as arranged (under each division). 



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NATURAL SCIENCE: 

College Courses 
Zoology III., Mr. Arey I. 

Zoology Laboratory (M. W.), Mr. Arey 7 and 8. 
Nature Study, Mr. Arey 3-5. 
Physiology I., Mr. Newton 1-3-4. 
Astronomy, Mr. Cable 4. 
Geology II. Mr. Cable 2. 
Agriculture III., Mr. Oldenburg 1. 
Agriculture Laboratory, Mr. Oldenburg 5 and 6. 
Conservation of Natural Resources, Miss Aitchison 1. 
Botany III., Mr. Palmer 2-3. 
Botany III. Laboratory (Tu., Th.), Mr. Palmer 7 and 8. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
Elementary Zoology, Mr. Arey 4. 
Elementary Physiology, Mr. Newton 2. 

First Ele. Agriculture, Mr 2-3-5. 

Second Ele. Agriculture, Mr. Oldenburg 2-4. 

Agriculture Laboratory, Mr 7 and 8. 

First Half Geography, Miss Aitchison 2. 
Second Half Geography, Miss Aitchison 3. 
Complete Geography, Miss Aitchison 4. 
Elementary Botany, Mr. Palmer 1. 
Elementary Physiography, Mr. Cable 1-5. 

MANUAL ARTS: 

College Courses 
Organization and Economics of Manual Training (3 hrs.) (M. W. 

F.), Mr. Bailey 1. 
Woodwork 1 (3 hrs.)' (M. W. F.), Mr. Brown 7 and 8. 
Advanced Woodwork, Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 

Mechanical Drawing I. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Bailey 7 and 8. 
Mechanical Drawing IV. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Bailey 7 and 8. 
Mechanical Drawing II. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Bailey 3 and 4. 
Mechanical Drawing III. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Bailey 3 and 4. 
Wood Turning (2 hrs.), Mr. Brown 3 and 4. 
Sheet Metal Work (2y 2 hrs.), Mr. Bailey 2. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses. 

Normal Courses 
Primary Handwork, Miss Dandliker 1-2. 
Handwork for Rural Schools, Miss Schuneman 3-4. 
Woodwork for Rural Schools, Mr. Brown 5-6. 
Elementary Woodwork, Mr. Brown 3 and 4; 7 and 8. 
Elementary Mechanical Drawing, Mr. Bailey 7 and 8. 

ART: 

College Courses 
Ilislory of Painting, Miss Thornton 4. 
h' [gn (2y 2 hrs.), Miss Patt 1-6. 



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Perspective (2% hrs.), Miss Thornton 3. 
Water-Color (2% hrs.), Miss Thornton 1. 
Supervision in Art (2% hrs.), Miss Thornton 2. 

Diploma Courses 
Same as College Courses and 
Primary Drawing II. (2% hrs.), Miss Patt 3-4-5, Miss Schuneman 2. 

Normal Courses 
Drawing for Rural Schools, Miss Schuneman 1. 

HOME ECONOMICS: 

College Courses 
Elementary Food Theory III. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Young 1 
and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6. 

Diploma Courses 
Household Management (1 hr.) (M. W.), Miss Young 1-3-4. 
Methods, Home Economics (1 hr.) (Fri.), Miss Young 1-3-4. 
Dietetics (1 hr.) (Tues.), Miss Roberts 3 and 4. 
Demonstrations (M. W.) (1 hr.), Miss Young 5 and 6; 7 and 8. 
Demonstrations (Tu. Th.) (1 hr.), Miss Young 5 and 6. 
Third Term Sewing (Sub-collegiate) : 

Sections A and B (M. W. F. 1 and M. W. 2), Miss Roberts and 

Miss Freer. 
Section C (M. W. F. 3 and M. W. 4), Miss Roberts. 
Section D (Tu. Th. 3 and Tu. Th. F. 4), Miss Freer. 
Sections E and F (M. W. 5 and M. W. F. 6), Miss Roberts and 
Miss Freer. 

Normal Courses 
First Domestic Science: 

Section A (Daily 1 and M. W. 2), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 
Section B (Daily 3 and Tu. Th. 4), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 
Section C (Daily 5 and Tu. Th. 6), Miss Osborne and Miss 
Hurd. 
Second Domestic Science: 

Section A (Daily 2 and Tu. Th. 1), Miss Osborne and Miss 

Hurd. 
Section B (Daily 4 and M. W. 3), Miss Osborne and Miss 
Hurd. 

COMMERCIAL EDUCATION : 

Diploma Courses 
Accounting II., Mr. Cummins 1. 
Commercial Law, Mr. Coffey 2. 

Second Term Shorthand (Sub-collegiate), Mr. Coffey 1. 
Third Term Shorthand (Sub-collegiate), Mr. Coffey 3. 
Typewriting (Sub-collegiate), Mr. Coffey 4. 

Normal Courses 
Elementary Bookkeeping, Mr. Cummins 2. 
Second Term Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 1. 
Third Term Shorthand, Mr. Coffey 3. 



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Typewriting, Mr. Coffey 4. 

First Term Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 3-5-6. 

Advanced Penmanship, Mr. Cummins 4. 

MUSIC: 

College Courses 
Music II. (2V 2 hrs.), Mr. Fullerton 3. 
History of Music I. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Childs 1. 
Harmony I. (3 hrs.) M. W. F.), Miss Thomson 1. 
Harmony II. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Thomson 4. 
Harmony IV. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Miss Thomson 3. 

Diploma Courses 
Conducting (2y 2 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Fullerton 4. 
Methods (Lower Grades) (2V 2 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Barr 3. 
Appreciation of Music (2V 2 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Miss Thomson 5. 
Supervision (2 hrs), Mr. Fullerton 1. 

Normal Courses 
First Term Music, Mr. Fullerton 2; Miss Hooper 1-4. 
Second Term Music, Miss Barr 4-6. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: 

College Courses 
Playground Methods II. (3 hrs.) (M. W. F.), Mr. Seymour 5. 
Theory of Athletics II. (2 hrs.) (Tu. Th.), Mr. Seymour 5. 

Diploma Courses 

Same as College Courses and 

Physiology of Exercise, Mr Seymour 2. 

Medical Gymnastics and Massage (3 hrs.) (M. Tu. Th.), Mr. Sey- 
mour 3. 

Medical Gymnastics and Massage (3 hrs.), Miss Hussey 6. 

Physical Department Administration (2 hrs.) (W. Fri.), Mr. Sey- 
mour 3. 

Practical Work 

Second Physical Training (M. W.), Miss Nisbet 7. 

Third Physical Training (M. W.), Miss Hussey 5; Miss Nisbet 6. 

Third Physical Training (Tu. Th.), Miss Hussey 4; Miss Wild 4- 
6-7; Miss Nisbet 5. 

Drills (Tu. Th.), Miss Hussey 5. 

Drills (M. W.), Miss Grantham 5. 

Gymnastics (M. W.), Miss Hussey 7. 

Esthetic Dancing (Tu. Th.), Miss Hussey 7. 

Athletics (Tu. Th.), Miss Hussey 8. 

Tennis (M. W.), Miss Wild 4-8; Miss Nisbet 3-5. 

Tennis (Tu. Th.), Miss Wild 3; Miss Nisbet 6-7; Mr. Berkstres- 
ser 5. 

Swimming (Tu. Th.), Miss Hussey 8; Miss Nisbet 3; Miss Gran- 
tham 5-7; Mr. Berkstreser 4. 

Swimming (M. W.), Miss Wild 6; Miss Nisbet 4; Miss Grantham 
3-8; Mr. Berkstresser 5. 

Plays and Games (Tu. Th.), Miss Wild 5; Mr. Berkstresser 6. 

Plays and Games (M. W.), Mr. Berkstresser 4. 



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First Rhythm (M. W.), Miss Wild 7; Miss Grantham 3. 

Second Rhythm (Tu. Th.), Miss Grantham 6. 

Folk Dancing (Tu. Th.), Miss Nisbet 8; Miss Grantham 3. 

Advanced Folk Dancing (M. W.)> Miss Grantham 7. 

Baseball (M. W.), Miss Grantham 6. 

Baseball, Mr. Seymour 6. 

Baseball Team, Mr. Seymour 7 and 8 

Track Class (M. W.), Mr. Berkstresser 6. 

Track Team, Mr. Berkstresser 7 and 8. 

Corrective Work (M. W.), Miss Hussey 4; Miss Wild 5. 

Corrective Work (Tu. Th.), Miss Nisbet 4; Miss Grantham 4. 



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